Being that Katie and I have 200% less children than my sister, it has become harder and harder to see my parents. Not that I hold any resentment to my niece and nephew (they don’t even pay taxes…lazy toddlers) but I guess they are just cuter than me…that is if you think big bright eyes, sunshine […]
San Antonio – The Mexican New Orleans This last weekend, Katie and I celebrated our first year of being married (also 6 years of going steady). Which is crazy, as I thought she would have bleached my water supply LONG ago. So yeah for being alive! (and for love). We traveled down to San […]
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A gentle breeze blew over the rolling hills, through thickets and thistle, and found its way to a land of milk and honey marked by stars. A place called Tennessee. And like that zephyr, Katie and I journeyed forth to Nashville to see two of our favorite people, Trevor and Meghan Denton get married. A […]
Something odd and wonderful happened to me a few weeks ago. I became a U.S. Citizen. I say odd because it does feel a little strange to no longer tell people I’m Canadian. Which I no longer am. Even though I was born there and all my family still waves the maple leaf proudly, I’m […]
Katie and I love food. Like … really love food. So when we finally find time for vacations, we tend to base them off of what type of food we can buy and eat until we are filled with both satisfaction and self-loathing. So this vacation we decided to go to New Orleans to help decimate […]
Today is the most depressing time of the year for me. Christmas is over. New Years Eve has past us. I’m back at work. We have another year to wait for Christmas TV specials. I have a sadness in my heart that can only be fixed with gingerbread houses and claymation Santa’s. Anyways…here are some […]
Katie and I, having survived the snow-pocalypse of Kansas last week, journeyed to St. Louis to spend the holidays with the Carrothers. To kill time until Santa comes we all went and spent the day at St. Charles, which is like an old America village with tinker shops, kettle corn and Americana architecture. But more […]