Monthly Archives: July 2011

Made it

Safe in Fayette, MO. Spending the weekend here with friends. Gorgeous little town with quaint houses full of character – I could SO live here…if it wasn’t for the snow… Drove 5 hours through sprinkles this morning (yay for rain!), … Continue reading

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Two down

Greetings from the wilds of Nebraska. Lots of driving yesterday – I’m looking forward to spending the weekend with friends, and NOT driving! A couple more long driving days – and a few shorter ones – before I reach Florida, … Continue reading

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One down

(Boy, I AM schedule-challenged. I posted two entries yesterday. Sigh. I need a vacation. Or a brain.) Made it to Buffalo, WY at 10:30pm mountain time last night (I got a late start due to a doctor’s appointment in the … Continue reading

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Sad goodbyes

Yesterday was my last day in Coeur d’Alene. It was a sad day, filled with way too many tearful farewells to good friends. I’m leaving too soon, which makes it even harder. Last year I was here 2+ months, and … Continue reading

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(It’s nice having time to write blog posts again. But that means I’m not working, which means my bills aren’t getting paid. It’s a fine balance…) The other day I drove into Spokane to have lunch with Elizabeth, my sorority … Continue reading

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Mea Culpa

I’d like just once to not think it’s my fault when someone acts strangely. I’d like to learn to think, “They’re having a bad day.” Or, “They’re too busy to answer my email.” Or – well, whatever would be a … Continue reading

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I Yam Who I Yam

Well doggone it. I thought I had the Stress post scheduled to post today, so I would be covered for a couple of days. But I obviously am date challenged, so now there are two posts from Sunday night. And … Continue reading

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