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I Kissed a Girl (Stingray) and I Liked It

After months and months and several forevers of working with nary a break, I finally took a few days off to relax. On Grand Cayman Island! It was 85 and sunny every day, which made for good times napping on the beach, shopping in George Town, touring the island, aMAHzing snorkeling (thriving coral! barracuda sightings!), and relaxing in the hotel's hot tub every night. Seriously, EVERY NIGHT. I need a hot tub, y'all. Sunset from the patio

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Philippines Photo Diary

Near the end of January, FriendBoy and I took a trip to the Philippines for a friend's wedding and a much-needed respite from the cold weather. Snacks On a Plane. Sorry, I couldn't resist. After a looong trip from Cincinnati (including a "hidden" re-fueling stop in Japan), we landed in Manila a full day and a half after we left. Thanks, International Date Line. We met up with the two other couples on the

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Empire state of mine

So, I returned from New York earrrrrly yesterday morning after a pretty fabulous trip. Here's how it went down: Getting thereI have a very complex packing method, which is to say that my technique involves throwing a bunch of stuff I think I might want to wear on the bed and trying to create outfits out of the jumble. This is a very slow, complicated operation that usually lasts for about 45 minutes before I

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A Helluva Town

I took a trip to New York City this past weekend to attend my good friend's wedding. I hadn't been to NY since--well, I don't remember exactly, but it's been at least 2 years. I love the city, but haven't had the time or funds to make my regular pilgrimage, though I have been faithfully praying to the shopping gods on a regular basis. After being "welcomed" by the rudest cab driver ever, I checked in

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Travel equals food

I don't know about everyone else, but I firmly believe that anything I eat outside of  a 30-mile radius of my home contains zero fat and no calories.  Fried foods, cotton candy, sugary baked goods--no matter what it is, it will not contribute to weight gain because I'm not eating it at home. It's scientific, trust me. I've actually been pretty "good" while here in DC, but last night we went to Georgia Brown's and, welllll

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