Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Winter of our (dis)content

The holidays were low-key.  We spent Thanksgiving with Dennis’ family, and Christmas in North Carolina at my parents’ house.  Our finances were a mess, so we kept things simple.  This period taught us a lot about the key to happiness.  … Continue reading

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Happy holidays

We hope everyone has a blessed holiday!

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Our Return To Richmond

My feelings at this point:  Conflicted.  It’s never easy to walk away from your dream job and that is what I had just done.  At the time it was scary, but looking back we certainly made the right decision.  I … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye to Our Friends at The Charles Webb Center

Finally the day came that Ben and I would join Dennis in Richmond. One of the hardest parts of this was that we had to leave our friends at the Charles Webb Center. Dennis documented our last day with the … Continue reading

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Preparing for the Move

Once the decision to move was made there was much work to do.  Our first choice would be; where do we go?  This was not difficult.  Except for the experience we had with the city bureaucrats, we both loved Richmond … Continue reading

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