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Thousandth Time's the Charm? and the TToT!

“This is now the third time I have spoken with Health New England and the second time I have called the Mass Health Connector to get my insurance card number. 853 more words

Ten Things Of Thankful

Ten Things of Thankful- #3

Soooo, I’m off to a less than auspicious beginning in my participation in Ten Things of Thankful but I’m hoping to improve on that! This past week wasn’t the greatest but I still had a lot to be thankful for——- 398 more words


Nerd-Status, Kid Visit, & One Year in Hell (TToT #15)

It’s been a ridiculously long amount of time since I last did a Ten Things of Thankful (TToT) post. Since I treat Calculated Chaos like my online diary, broadcasting all kinds of nastiness to the world, TToT, in my opinion, is a much-needed reprieve from all the negative crap that I need to vent about. 1,515 more words


TToT & The Return of the Literary Deathmatch

Since Douglas and I have taken up residence here at Uncharted, we lost a few things from the old blog that I just haven’t put enough energy into bringing over or developing on this one. 446 more words

Ten Things Of Thankful

Viva la...Europe!

Whenever I think about Europe, I’m instantly happy.

I’m transported to my childhood, to great memories with family and friends, to lovely sidewalk cafes, to delicious meals, to visits to museums, to photographing history and architecture and capturing moments, to biking around town, and to exploring different countries that are merely hours apart. 369 more words


On Top of the World at The Varsity Club, Oxford

Last weekend, as it was one of the gal’s birthdays, we decided to act like the 23 year old sophisticates we are (hmmm…) and head to a bar in Oxford for a few civilized cocktails and a good ol’ chinwag. 414 more words


CultureTravChat: Cultural Celebrations

February marks a time of festivals. From Carnival  to Mardi Gras to Chinese New Year celebrations to Tet Nguyen Dan to the Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival to Thaipusam and more, there’s much to see of the world and experience it in these cultural celebrations. 240 more words