I’m not computer illiterate by any means, but I had a lot of difficulty moving my blog to the new site. I haven’t been blogging because all of my non-work computer time has been spent figuring this out!
Anyways, it’s done and I hope you like the new site.
I’ve updated the about me [...]
It has been exactly one week since my last day of work in DC and a lot has happened.
The good: I had a last crazy weekend out in DC. Thanks to my friends for coming out. And an especially big thank you to our NYC friends Colleen, Dave and James who drove down [...]
This week is full of lasts: my last week of work (yay!), my last co-worker lunch and happy hour, and a last swim at Wilson High School with Nyema.
I started swimming at Wilson when I got my stress fracture. At some point, I discovered Nyema was quite the swimmer and we started going [...]
In the weeks coming up to our move, people asked us if Leela had any sense of what is going on. Fellow dog freaks asked if she was excited for the move. It wasn’t until we really started packing things up that she started acting funny.
On our biggest packing day, when we [...]
Today Neil and I, with the help of family, packed up the entire contents of our house into a sixteen foot pod.
This week has been bittersweet for me. Packing is stressful, exhausting and an overall pain in the ass. I look back to when I thought I would have all [...]
Have you ever played high-low? It’s basically a way to catch up with someone by telling him or her the best part of your day (the high) and the worst part of your day (the low).
Here are some of my high-lows of the week:
High workout: My first mid-week run in way too long. [...]
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I can finally announce the big news. Most of you already guessed it – Neil and I are moving to Denver in early January!
I couldn’t blog about it until I told my company, which I did on Tuesday. [...]
I hesitated on whether or not to post about our moving hopes plans. Although I’ve told family and close friends, posting it on the Internet for anyone to see makes it real. Which is both exciting and scary. But since so many people seem interested, here goes nothing.
Both Neil and I grew up in [...]