Monthly Archives: June 2008

House for Sale!

We now have a for sale sign in our yard. It’s a little surreal to see, and hopefully we don’t have to look at it too long. We’ll be lucky to break even on the house, will probably have to … Continue reading

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Back to Life…back to Realty

We met with a realtor today. Signed all of the paperwork and all that jazz to get the house on the market. We also got some cheap plants and such for the cobblestone area @ the front of the house … Continue reading

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The New American Dream

On the welcome page to our site, I call our journey the ‘New American Dream’. Indi mentioned that she didn’t quite agree with that, and I realize I have not really explained myself. So here is what I think: The … Continue reading

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Telling Family

Well, all immediate family has been informed, plus my Nana and Papa – most of whom took the news better than expected. Honestly, most of the feedback we’ve received so far from family and friends has been very much along … Continue reading

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Packs

So I went through my normal routine on my lunch hour; grab some food nearby and browse the web for an hour. On Engadget, I randomly came across an article about backpacks for travel: http://www.engadget.com/2008/06/19/ask-engadget-best-backpack-for-traveling-with-gadgets/ It’s fun when things like … Continue reading

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This May Have All Started with the Snooze Button

As evidenced by the very website you’re reading, we’re finally serious. All of the conversations that have come and gone over a few years, with one of us saying “Let’s just sell it all and go!” and eventually talking ourselves … Continue reading

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Day One

We sent out some feelers on an Estate Sale person and have started letting family and friends know what’s coming. So far, every reaction has been positive and along the lines of, “Man, I wish I could do that…” We’re … Continue reading

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