In Memory Of

Last week I traveled to my hometown for a memorial dedication ceremony. My father worked for a Rural Electrical Coop for 27 years. He began his career there as an appliance technician but due to his hard work and dedication he became an irreplaceable part of the organization. From managing systems that monitored the power... Continue Reading →

Change of Perspective

Josh and I were fortunate enough to travel home this past weekend to see out families. Once reaching Illinois we parted ways, he north and I south. Both enjoying a blissful time with relatives and home cooking. While driving between the airport and home I was hit with a deep sense of nostalgia and change.... Continue Reading →

Oh Momma

After leaving the Maryland and DC area we headed for Kansas City, the barbeque capital.  It just so happens that my hometown is not too far out of the way and not only was it Rugby Alumni weekend at WIU but one of Josh's closest friends was turning 30.  So how could we pass up... Continue Reading →

Gone is a Flash

We were home last week but it felt like it was just a dream. I went to bed at our house and work up in a hotel. It was a very productive visit home, closets were cleaned, two loads to Goodwill and a load to take on the road for eBaying. Mailed packages to friends... Continue Reading →

Road Trip

After wrapping our show in Massachusetts we pushed hard to get to Detroit and then to Mt. Sterling to be with my family. We got to spend four days there and I got plenty of snuggle time with my nieces and nephews! The highlight was Aunt Vickie's noodles! Every family has their tradition this is... Continue Reading →

Home and Wanna See You

We are going to be home this week. We will be heading out on Saturday so lets make this week count. Here is the plan for seeing everyone. Monday - Feel free to stop by the house all day and night. We will be around doing a few things. (call me 612.240.7642 if you need... Continue Reading →

A little Break

The company we work for allows for you take time off the tour for family events and such. Since the truck can't leave the road you have to fly; so I flew to Chicago and road down with my uncle Matt to Mt. Sterling for my family's annual cookout. My grandparents' birthdays and anniversary are... Continue Reading →

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