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Southern Caribbean Cruise-Port #1- Puerto Rico

For Dustin’s birthday this year, I wanted to do something special. He is always going all out for mine (like a year and a half ago for my 30th birthday when he booked us a room on the Grand Canal in… 1,660 more words

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The Process of Renovating and Paying Down Debt

When Dustin and I got engaged in 2013, I was living with a roommate in a condo that we were renting and he was living with a roommate in a house that his roommate owned. 2,762 more words

Dreams

Breaking The Silence

As you’ve probably noticed, I have not posted anything for the past couple of months on this site. This was due to a certain amount of ambiguity Dustin and I were facing as we tried to figure out together which direction our lives were going. 315 more words

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Disappointments

How we handle disappointment says a lot about us, I suppose. Life is too short to dwell upon our disappointments, but I must let you know that the boat I was to sail the Caribbean this winter was a complete mess. 283 more words

Sailing The Caribbean

Thinking about sailing

Going Sailing in the Caribbean
Well,l I should start with the offer to sail on “Our Joy” with Rockne and Pam Ragsdale of Dallas, Texas. 621 more words

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The Boat Hunt Continues-Our Front Runners So Far

Seeing how Dustin and I both have full time jobs and about a million side projects that we are  working on simultaneously at any given moment, we are always looking for ways to save a little time. 2,512 more words

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On A Mission: Getting Out Of Debt

As most of you know, over the past months Dustin and I have mentally committed ourselves to finding a way to get all of our debt paid off in the next couple of years so that we can afford a simpler life, buy a boat, and sail around the Caribbean for a year or two, or possibly make it a permanent lifestyle change. 2,086 more words