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Reviewing the Kitchen Designs

Going into this meeting was a bit stressful. It’s a big step, a lot of money, and a lot of heavy decisions. This is also a pretty big thing for Liz as well, who has been thinking and planning her “ideal” kitchen since whe was much younger (all the way back to her high school years). To say that she’s given this a great deal of thought is an understatement.

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The Man with the Golden Airline Ticket

“A quarter of a million dollars gave him access to fly first class anywhere in the world on American for the rest of his life. He flew so much it paid for itself. Often he’d leave in the morning for a business trip, fly back, and I hadn’t even known he’d left. Other times, I remember calling his office to find out what country he was in.”

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Catching Up

Been a busy week, and just now catching up to old blog posts. I sometimes fall a few days behind here and there, but lately… I’ve fallen multiple days behind, almost a week’s worth of posts.

Not sure if this is a signal that perhaps I need to ease off the blogging thing, as it’s starting to feel like a requirement, like a chore.

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Trimming Down the Trim

Liz was working in the basement, cleaning things up, while I was out in the yard mowing the lawn. After I got done, we were planning to do some work up on the second floor. But instead, we began addressing the big stack of trim that we’d collected in the basement.

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Work Outing: Carebears and Tapas

Some context: the work our team does supports the Care organization at Grubhub. And the internal name for the application is “Carebear,” and our team name is “Braveheart.”

Most people, when hearing the name “Braveheart,” tend to associate it with the Mel Gibson movie. But really, it’s a Carebear thing.

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Standalone

I think Liz and I both spotted this at the same time. There’s a block that we walk down that has various flowers along the way.

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Slow Sunday

Slept a lot today. I normally get up around 5:30 or 6:00 AM most mornings. On the weekends, I’ll maybe, maybe sleep in until 7:30 or so. But today, I was asleep until well past 8:00 AM, which was a rarity. Liz slept in a bit longer as well, given how dark it was outside (lots of storms in the…

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