Tag Archives: weekend fun

We were made for Sunday.

I would say that a disproportionate percentage of the fun things you see on this blog happen on Sundays. Yes, we love Saturday brunch like nothing else, but most Saturday events have to be sandwhiched between lots of pesky responsibilities … Continue reading

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Love Letters.

Dear Husband: Thanks for taking the time to resuscitate our bikes after sitting on the porch all winter so that we could go on our epic Sunday bike ride. Dear Janna: Thanks for coming to visit this weekend and encouraging … Continue reading

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Where there’s smoke, there’s bacon.

My big brother and his girlfriend were in town this weekend and on Saturday morning I managed to make waffles and bacon without setting off our hyper-sensitive smoke detector. This success, while seemingly small, is in fact so colossal that … Continue reading

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From the weekend

//I always loved Valentine’s Day, even long before I had an “official” valentine. But I sure do love Valentine’s Day ¬†even more with that cutie. We started dating right before Valentine’s day 6 years ago and every February I think … Continue reading

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The weekend where we ate too much pizza and don’t even regret it.

Should I be ashamed that this past weekend began and end with us eschewing vegetables and ordering pizza? Obviously the answer is yes, I should be ashamed. But oh man, I love take-out pizza. And sometimes there are weekends that … Continue reading

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How the weekend looked.

//We met our friends’ new baby on Saturday and she is perfect. How can babies even be that soft? We also finally met their [now rather large] pup and now I go back and forth between wanting a baby and … Continue reading

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The something of nothing.

I think I come across at least an article a week about how horrible academia is, how everyone in grad school is delusional, foolish, and doomed to professional failure and misery. I obviously have time to read these articles because … Continue reading

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