Monthly Archives: February 2010

Everything Old is New Again

So, yes, we are back in Tulsa.  No, we haven’t had much time to stop and think.  It’s been go-go-go.  But I’m not complaining.  It’s great and refreshing to see my friends, family, and home town again.  Some things have … Continue reading

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Sweet Home Chicago

It is so wonderful to be among old friends again.  It’s hard to explain exactly how I felt when Nikki and Brad walked into our room the other night, but elated comes close.  I’ve tried not to think about how … Continue reading

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Back in the U.S. of A.

Well, we made it.  I am writing to you from our hotel room in Chicago, Illinois, USA.  It has been a long day of travel for us, and our last flights and train journey.  All we have now (aside from … Continue reading

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Are you the police? No ma’am, we’re world travelers.

Rhys:  “It’s 4,000 miles to Chicago.  We’ve got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark, and we’re wearing sunglasses.”   Indi:  “Hit it!” Talk to you all from Chicago!!

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Food Moods

I am continually amazed at how my mood changes depending on the food I am eating or have just eaten. Tonight, Indi fixed tacos.  I love tacos.  Granted, my version of ‘tacos’ is little more than a tortilla, beef, and … Continue reading

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What I Miss (and Don’t)

  When I cross the border into Oklahoma on Sunday, February 21st it will have been 311 days since I’ve seen my home.  My family.  My friends.  During that time, there is a lot about my home (and America in … Continue reading

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Friendship

Making friends has always been something that has come fairly natural to me.  I’m easygoing, flexible, and nearly always in a good mood.  I interest myself in the passions of others and have often found that just simply listening is … Continue reading

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