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Archive for July, 2010

Weeks 7 and 8 of Unemployment: Overdrive

I know you probably laugh when I say how busy I feel these days. Busy enough that I can’t even blog about being unemployed! I have no kids, no job more »

Visit #4

For the third summer in a row, QuickQuestion, Yankee, Bones and Curly Locks made a vacation out of visiting us in New Hampshire. And we all survived for the third more »

Merrimack Part II

We didn’t stay inside on Sunday either, despite the continued heatwave. We returned to the Merrimack River, even though we read a recent article that said it is considered polluted, more »

Hot Hot Hot, Free Free Free

They say when it’s hot out, you really should stay inside and stay cool. Avoid exercise. But, we have a very long winter here in NH. So staying inside during more »

Trail Magic

When J & I finally thru-hike the Appalachian Trail (the AT), you all will get an education. There’s all sort of acronyms and jargon that goes with the AT. And more »

Week 6 of Unemployment: Volunteering and Testing

I got up at 6am this morning. I never even got up that early when I was working! It was all for the sake of volunteering. And for once, I more »

Discovering the Merrimack River

NH is a state of lakes and rivers, that’s for sure. It’s one of the main reasons we bought kayaks when we first moved here. But, we don’t get out more »

Week 5 of Unemployment: Interviewing

This week I was on a little bit of a roller coaster. It could have to do with the fact that it is 90 hundred thousand degrees here with 400% more »

We are landlords

So hell kinda froze over guys and gals. Remember that house in Danville we own? The one we’ve been paying a mortgage, homeowners insurance and utilities on for the past more »

Happy Independence Day!

Last year for J’s big 4th of July event, it rained. This year, it was 90 hundred thousand degrees. No happy medium Mother Nature? But still, we survived. And it more »

Week 4 of Unemployment: Profiling

I had another unemployment workshop to attend on Wednesday. This time there were 25 of us. Great. The numbers are increasing. But this was a special workshop. It was for more »