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"tut 'tut 'tut... It looks like rain

Well it looks like it’s going to be a rainy weekend y’all. Here in Atlanta, you know summer is coming to an end when you can actually walk barefoot outside without getting second degree burns on your feet, and when you actually see little dollops of water falling to the ground. 1,073 more words

Creative Parenting

Donuts, Cupcakes and Sweets Oh My

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Donuts and coal - a history walk in Cumberland, BC

We came for the donuts but stayed for the history.

Cumberland, located in Vancouver Island’s Comox Valley, is known for its coal-mining history, its eclectic architecture, and its mountain biking trails. 680 more words

British Columbia

12 Overlooked Reasons to Love Running

Since I’m nearly done with my first half marathon training cycle, I’ve had a lot of time to think about running and what it means to be a runner. 640 more words

Running Journal

Seattle's True Love

Being Seattleites we’re known for our love of coffee, but we don’t think people appreciate our other love enough: donuts. Remember back in 2010 when ex-Seahawks player, Golden Tate,  108 more words

Seattle

lately...

photo by jermzlee

well hello my interwebz friends and family! don’t worry, you are not hallucinating, this IS in fact a new blog post. and no, pigs are most certainly not flying (but that would be amazing, especially if they were in the form of bacon and flying directly into my mouth!). 448 more words

Foodie Schmoodie

Pandamonium Doughnuts

When I was in college at the University of Illinois way back when, it didn’t occur to me that the donut scene was substantially lacking. There was a Dunkin’ and a little hut called Ye Olde Donut Shoppe that morphed into Ye Olde BBQ Pit around 3pmish each day. 313 more words

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