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... this great idea and now provide you with marshmallows, graham crackers and milk chocolate (Hersheys...bleurghh) and your own little burner to toast your marshmallows to perfection. Once toasted you sandwich the marshmallow between the crackers, include a layer of chocolate and then pull the marshmallow off the skewer...you, my friend, have just made a s'more!
While Maryann had to work I took the chance to explore the State capitol building and in the evening ...
... t weak spot and first to fall. Fast forward to senior year, and I can't really remember the last time I was sick. I finally got a better handle on my schedule. Still sleep deprived and stressed, but not nearly as much. Instead of staying up until 1 to finish homework, I would just call it quits and crash earlier. The extra sleep helped my body out, and it seemed as if my days of constant illness were behind me. On Sunday morning in El Salvador, I woke up with an ...
A little over a year ago I had decided that I wanted to start a family and I started the adoption process. At that time I was living in Salalah, Oman. I found an agency, started gathering needed documentation, and was getting ready for a social worker to come to my house in Salalah for the home study. I then received a job offer in Stuttgart Germany. I felt that this would be a better place to raise these children that I did not even have yet. ...
... We also went out to dinner with Cynthia and her husband Tim Monday night at a great barbecue restaurant right next to our campground called Billy’s. Look at what we ate!
This week is the big South by South West music, film and technology festival being held here. Over 45,000 people here for that and it is the largest in the world. This is huge- bands, stars are all trying to be discovered. There were so ...
... br> Tonight was the last of the open houses and it was mobbed. I have no idea how many people saw Santa, but it felt like it was in the hundreds. For a solid 90 minutes, people came filing in. And a I had some epiphanies sitting there in my chair as children, parents, grandparents and adults of all ages filed through. There must have been well over 1,000 pictures taken tonight. At least two newborns were placed in my arms who were experiencing their ...
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