We hope that our readers who celebrated Thanksgiving had a good one, and that all of you are enjoying what’s left of November! Sorry we haven’t been around much, but life gets in the way of blogging sometimes! This seems especially true during the holidays. Rather than leaving you hanging, I’d love to share a … Continue reading
Last week, our minivan began making a horrid noise. It would lessen once the van warmed up, but it was worrisome nonetheless. We took it to our trusted mechanic and anxiously awaited the test results. Diagnosis: a bad power steering pump. $670 and loss of the van for an entire day was the prescription. Guess … Continue reading
No, no… we’re not talking about the U.S. Presidential election. (Although we might be the only blog NOT talking about the election today. Except to say, if you are eligible to vote, VOTE!) We’re talking about our $25 Olive Garden gift card giveaway. Thank you to all who commented here and on our Facebook page. … Continue reading
The draft of this post has changed direction several times since I started writing it last Friday. It started out as a casual post that morphed into a rant and then changed focus again as I tried to make it more positive. Last week I was struggling with the notion that my life had gotten … Continue reading
First, an apology. We’re sorry that we haven’t been posting much lately. As for our brief absence, we’re both located on the East Coast so we were hit pretty hard by Sandy. Lynn didn’t experience too much damage but she did lose power for a long time. Her power is back on now, but the Internet is … Continue reading
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