June 2012

The Sun is Shining

June 28, 2012

My view from the morning. Their view from the morning. It’s rough being a beach dog. 30 years together and still in love. Leftovers make the best lunches (especially on vacation). I’m currently two chapters in to Blueprints for Building Better Girls. I love the author’s writing style so far. Both stories have really tugged more »

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Island Running

June 28, 2012

Good Morning! Check out that BEAUTIFUL sunrise! Not a cloud in the sky and nothin’ but blue as far as the eye can see. Welcome to paradise. 🙂 I was up with the sun – in the hope of beating the heat – and savored my first run in almost a week. The run was more »

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Blue Skies

June 27, 2012

It didn’t hit us until we were setting our alarms last night for our workout this morning, that neither my younger brother nor I had worked out since Friday. I think that’s a new record for both of us. Friday I ran 3 miles with Maddie, then Saturday was wedding morning (and I was forbidden more »

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A Day of Waiting

June 27, 2012

Alright. Where was I? Oh, yes, we were stuck overnight in a cottage on a dock that was on the verge of flooding. Surprisingly the dogs didn’t mind. We just had to hold them back from diving in. We set the alarms early and crossed our fingers the 7:30am boat would be up and running. more »

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Debby Downer

June 26, 2012

My mom had a plan. She took two weeks off of work for her daughter’s wedding – one week before to help prep and one week after to relax. She rented a beach house on her favorite island off of the west coast of Florida and invited the rest of her kids to join her. more »

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The Morning After

June 26, 2012

The good news is everything was perfect weather-wise for Kelly’s wedding on Saturday. The boys had enough sun to golf in the morning, Kelly got the outdoor wedding ceremony of her dreams, and not a single umbrella was needed for photos (though we did stock up “just in case”). The bad news is, the weather more »

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