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Day 26: Rain, Sleet or Snow Doesn’t Stop MY Family (Except One)

I had a chock-full day today.  I got a ride home from a meeting around 4pm (had three cars at home from the dealership and had to get it down to two thus the ride).  It was already sleeting by … Continue reading

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Day 25: Who Needs a Car When You Can Walk?

Wednesdays are my FAVORITE. I take the mornings off so that I can decompress. My husband went off to the gym and I told him that I’d meet him in West Hartford Center at Starbucks for a coffee before work. … Continue reading

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Day 24: Hijacking My Blog

I went for an early morning walk with my neighbor and friend, Leslie yesterday.  We did our usual up to the top of Orchard and around Balfour both directions before coming home.  It was great as always. But, I’m hijacking … Continue reading

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Days 13 – 19: If There is a Heaven, Let’s Hope it Looks Like Tobago

My family and I spent the last week at the Sandy Point Beach Club in Tobago.  In case you don’t know, Trinidad and Tobago are located at the end of the Caribbean Islands right before Venezuela.  They are one country … Continue reading

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Day 9: Out With the Old and In With the New, Except for….

Today is move in day at Key Hyundai of Manchester. We are moving into our new building.  In fact, I am writing this post from my new office.  It’s been a high emotion day.  This building is the culmination (I … Continue reading

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Day 8: Weird Barbie Stuff, the Occupiers and the Guggenheim

Day 2 in Manhattan.  We wake up at 9:00am and our train doesn’t leave until 4:00pm.  A full day in NYC with one of my besties, Alison, and no kids?  What do we do?  Go to FAO Schwartz.  You heard … Continue reading

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Day 3: Breaking the Rules

I am a rule follower.  I have been all my life.  Maybe it’s first child syndrome?  Who knows!  But, if there’s a rule out there, I follow it.  Just ask my husband, Rob.  He’s been nudged by me for the … Continue reading

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