Things to do in a new year: Commit to healthy eating Commit to sticking to a budget Commit to continuing with the selling of properties, this time rental on the Monongahela River Continue to breathe, believe, receive and live everyday in the moment. Continue to find time to exercise either on the bike or at the gym Maybe even find time to hit the gym with friends like we once did at lunch Get back in the pool for at […]
Pittsburgh is a rainy land this last day of September. Dog walking was too wet this morning so Crosby has a day camp day. Project 814 is approaching race day, the long training runs are almost done. While fall is now here, it’s always good to play a little golf on a public course. We added a new City of Columbus course to our bag tags.
In the theme of cleaning up and catching up with life as the 2019 summer winds down, here’s another thought I had that never was published. In looking back over the last three years there have been quite a few of us caught in the housing trap: moving buying selling preparing to sell financing or refinancing thinking of downsizing simplifying I’m guessing this thought started around the time Linds and Chris were house hunting, then would have also applied to […]
Reba and Crosby are very grateful dogs. They have a great house or maybe they should make it plural. They were happy with the river, Charleroi, A-wall, little Boston, Canal Winchester, Upper Arlington, Monongahela or Destin. As long as they had beds and belly rubs they were good to go, rolling with the punches in 2018. Something about the magical fibers emitted in the fur.
It has been many years since we did a tour opener. This year the calendar worked out to put us near the Ohio State campus to catch the DMB fall tour kickoff. We were expecting a Where Are You Going. Check we got it. Dancing nancies. Check. Minarets. Check. Sweet emotion. The band looked like they were having fun. how big of a burger can you eat? Did we mention Son Of Thurman’s makes amazing burgers?. Here’s the set list. […]
Ok, we are starting a new tradition this year in Columbus, OH. We travelled with our Thanksgiving birds. One came from Leechburg (Pound’s Turkey Farm) and the other from Cabot (David Jones Farm). To answer the Farm Aid email, we do know where our food is coming from this year and we are truly thankful for having such great farmers around us. Pounds delivered to our hometown shop and Jones was a little drive away off of the Freeport-Butler Trail. […]