Posts Tagged ‘Temporary’

The Bleacher Years

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014
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Concession stand dinners, hours in the bleachers, and a pile of cleats by the front door. And it’s grand.

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Happiness Highlights: Trapped on Kelleys Island

Monday, September 12th, 2011

“Emma, these ferry tickets cost $150. No one pays $150 to die – we’ll be fine.” I played my own words back again in my head as I dug my fingernails deep into Jared’s forearm and swallowed hard in an effort not to throw up. I could see the gray water of Lake Erie in […]

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My Fear of Being Wrong

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Let’s chalk this up to: lessons I thought I already learned but oh! look! here I am having to learn them all over again! I am terrified of being wrong. I’m not in love with the idea of being right; I really get very little satisfaction at this point in my life from the act […]

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The Real Cost of My Stuff

Monday, March 14th, 2011

I spent about 14 hours this weekend getting ready for our upcoming garage sales. I also sold our TV, living room furniture, washer, and dryer to a family friend who is moving today and needed the stuff ASAP. We’ve still got a little over two months to live here, but it was important to Jared […]

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The Freedom Of Temporary

Friday, February 4th, 2011

I met Rusty Croft on Navarre Beach when he was competing with other sand sculptors in a contest designed to promote tourism in the area.  It was like an exhibition game for sand sculptors that involved two days of creating before the final “judging”. The night before the judging, it rained on Navarre Beach.  Hard. […]

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