May love and laughter light your days, and warm your heart and home.
May good and faithful friends be yours, wherever you may roam.
May peace and plenty bless your world… 723 more words
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Alright, folks. For those of you who missed parts 1 and 2, here’s the recap:
We found an amazing Chevrolet video from 1954 called “How to Go Places,” which detailed the trials and triumphs of a picture-book American family going on vacation, with handy tips for road-tripping. 424 more words
One thing that I love about budgeting is its predictability. Every month in Indiana, I knew what we would make and what we would spend. I could predict the fixed monthly costs (mortgage, utilities, insurance, etc.) and set aside the rest for more fluid costs (groceries, restaurants, entertainment, etc.) I find an odd comfort in that system and order. 464 more words
You’re probably wondering why I didn’t say goodbye.
You’re probably upset, and I understand how you would feel that way.
If you step back from your raw emotion, however, I think that you’ll start to see the rivets in our lives that led us here. 492 more words
In the less than four years we’ve been married, Nathan and I have moved five times. We’re basically pros at it now. The last time, all our stuff was moved out of the old places (house and apartment) and into the new within four hours (in a torrential six-inches-of-rain-in-four-hours downpour, complete with flooded and closed roads, mind you) and unpacked within three days. 616 more words