February 2011

A Weekend of Wedding Festivities!

I met Patricia when we were both quite young. She was 12 and I was 17. Obviously, there was a big age gap and we did not become friends. She was literally a giggling school girl. At 17, I considered myself very much the anti-conformist bad ass and I wanted no part of giggling school…

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Project 365, Week 7

My phone finally gave up on me last week and I had to get a new one, so I lost quite a few photos…I am trying to recover what I can through various online posts during that time frame. In the meantime, here is the week 7 in photos!   February 14th: Valentines Day. I…

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My Project 365 Ended Early

I have dropped my iPhone4 about a zillion times. The funny thing about this is that the only damage was a few chips in the glass…the apps worked fine, the internet had no issues and I was able to text like nobody’s business. However…the telephone feature didn’t work so well anymore. I say “telephone feature”…

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TRDC: A Moonlit Fishing Trip

(The Red Dress Writing Club Prompt for 2/22) Growing up in South Florida, I spent many a weekend on my father’s boat. We fished, we snorkeled, we camped, we picnicked…we did just about everything that could be done in the warm waters of the Atlantic. One of my most vivid memories associated with these weekend fishing…

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Pregnant moms: get a free BellyBag tote bag!

This post brought to you by CryoCell International. All opinions are 100% mine. I recently found this advertisement for a company called Cyro-Cell International, which is a family cord-blood bank. Cryo-Cell began helping clients in 1992, by preserving families newborn’s umbilical cord blood for potential use against disease. Along with cord blood banking, Cryo-Cell Cord Blood Bank is…

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Smoke-Free For 14 Days…

I smoked my last cigarette on February 2nd, 2011. I’d like to think that was the last cigarette I will have smoked for the rest of my life. (Fingers crossed) Oddly enough, my husband and I quit smoking on February 1st last year. This is not a “New Year Resolution” thing, it’s a “common sense…

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