‘Merica.This is America: craft beers, drive-through Starbucks, Target and every big-box store imaginable conveniently located within a mile of each other. This is also America: a diner at a family restaurant wearing a t-shirt comparing “mudding” (off-roading in the mud in a 4×4 vehicle) to sex. True story.
The dead battery.Last week my car wouldn’t start one evening when I was leaving work. I didn’t immediately think it was a battery problem, as I hadn’t left my headlights or interior lights on. But after a couple coworkers inspected the situation, they determined it was indeed a dead battery and someone was kind enoughContinue reading “Car Trouble”
Remember how I was all, How am I going to live without Costco in El Salvador? Well, the short answer is: I’m not. Because there is a store in El Salvador that is practically identical to Costco: PriceSmart.Oh, those wide aisles.
Kail and I have been married all of 86 days — we haven’t made it much longer than Kim & Kris. While the marriage license itself sealed the deal, we’ve taken a number of steps since April 14 to make it official. I mean REALLY official.For one, we moved in together.
This is probably going to be the first in an occasional series of posts on things I’m going to miss about America (other than family and friends, that is).Ah, Costco. My husband and I live very close to a Costco. Like, within walking distance. You might be wondering why anyone would ever want to walkContinue reading “Things I’m Going to Miss About America: Costco”