When Rob and I began dating in 2021, he created a list of all of our restaurant dining experiences. The list has continued onward into our marriage, and when we were rehashing the “Best of” shortly after the new year, we consulted the list and chose our favorite dining experiences, categorically. As a tribute to … Continue reading One Year Married: Best Dining Experiences
It might have taken me ten months to write about my honeymoon, but I am determined to keep my New Year’s tradition of blogging about the previous year’s highlights on January 1st. In other words, this will be an all nighter. But didn’t you only get four hours of sleep last night? you ask. Why … Continue reading Top 10 of 2022
I am a little delayed in my telling of The Honeymoon Saga: Part 3, but there’s nothing like post-Christmas week to complete a blog, especially one that involves hot chocolate! If you haven’t caught up – or are rusty since these were posted months ago – please see Part 1: How to Spend a Bonus … Continue reading On a Quest for Hot Chocolate
(If you have not caught up with Part I: How to Spend a Bonus Day in Greece, I recommend starting there. This will make far less sense otherwise.) *** British Airways gave us vouchers for the Athens Marriott, a 5-star hotel, with complementary lunch and dinner, a drink and snack at the airport, and a … Continue reading Get Thee to the Nunnery! (our honeymoon cont.)
When Rob and I were planning our honeymoon in Greece, we knew we wanted to stay on the mainland. We would be traveling in winter, and many of the islands shut down in the off season. But in terms of specifics, Rob gave me free rein to plan the trip. He had only one requirement: … Continue reading How to Spend a Bonus Day in Greece
When last we left off in Welcome to Texas, y’all, Rob and I were waiting for our furniture to arrive from Florida. Our move-in date (as scheduled) was June 3rd. As you may recall, two weeks later, on June 15th, All Movers Relocation offered to deliver half of our furniture with no specifications of how … Continue reading Texas, part II: Dude, where’s our stuff?
As I sit here on my balcony in 99 degree weather, with the wind gusting sporadically through the treetops and the sounds of DFW airplanes flying overhead, I can say that this is one of the last places I thought I’d ever call home. Queenstown, New Zealand? Sure. Thassos, Greece? Absolutely. Hanover, New Hampshire; Kailua, … Continue reading Welcome to Texas, y’all