I found out yesterday that I did not get into the 2012 New York City Marathon. This was my second attempt to enter via the lottery system. This year I now face the problem I did in 2010, the first time I tried to get in to New York: Registration for both the Marine CorpsContinue reading “Marathon Training Abroad”
My husband and I have received many generous engagement and wedding gifts. Like all newlyweds excited about finally having matching place settings, serveware and table linens, we are looking forward to hosting friends and family for dinner in the coming months.
I’m married now! It is wonderful. And actually, it’s not much different than the way things were before I was married, except I’m now living with the love of my life instead of just spending excessive amounts of time together while maintaining separate abodes.
Translation: OMFG I AM GETTING MARRIED ON SATURDAY! Our wedding is Saturday.
We’ve all seen the ads praising how easy it is to learn a new language using Rosetta Stone. Rosetta Stone uses “Dynamic Immersion,” which the company describes as its “award-winning method for learning new languages” modeled after the way in which people learn their first language. But does Rosetta Stone work?
I am getting married in less than two weeks.That is pretty crazy! Prior to embarking on our our overseas adventure, my fiancé and I of course have to get married. Not “have to,” but marriage is just one item on a long list of changes — some relatively minor, such as opening a joint bankContinue reading “Embracing Change”