Monthly Archives: July 2010

Update: July 30th, 2010

There are many of you that are wanting to know how we are doing and what we are up to.  It has been a crazy month.  We started the month with two children and will end the month with 5 … Continue reading

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No pain, no gain.

I think I have a pretty high tolerance of pain.  I played collegiate rugby.  Not a game went by without getting punched, kicked, or raked. (Raked is something unique to rugby.  In rugby, if anyone is laying on the pitch, … Continue reading

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To the left, to the left, everything we own in a box to the left

Sarah and I are in the midst of our big move. Things are going well. No internet at the house yet, so no blogs. This time has provided some great ideas for blogs. So give me another week or two. … Continue reading

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Epidural…

A birthing plan.  For those that don’t know, a birthing plan is something you create to make sure your day of delivery is everything you wished and hoped for.  The “experts” tell you to make sure you talk to your … Continue reading

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The Wrong Answer..

Sarah and I are part way through our latest transition in life.  To say this is a busy time in life would be an understatement.  As it stands, Sarah and I just had a baby, are getting ready to move … Continue reading

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Top Ten Things I WON”T Miss About Knoxville

The other day I told you my Top Ten Things I would miss about Knoxville.  This post is about the things I won’t miss about Knoxville.  Now, to be clear, this is what I won’t miss.  Not what I hate.  … Continue reading

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Top Ten Things I Will Miss About Knoxville

Top Ten Things I am going to miss about Knoxville The family and I am preparing for our move out of Knoxville to the great city of Cleveland, not Ohio, Tennessee. Knoxville has always seemed like one of those cities … Continue reading

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