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Day 5 in Sedona, AZ (Dec 29, 2016)

Today was relaxing, which was the goal since it was our last day with everyone together (Jeremy and Anya fly out tomorrow morning). The day started off lazily, but, once we finally got ourselves out of the house, we decided … Continue reading

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Day 4 in Sedona, AZ (Dec 28, 2016)

(Click on photos to see them full size.) Today was a “split” day, because Jeremy and Anya left at 6:00am to go to the Grand Canyon for the day while Dad, Debbie, Victoria, Ari, and I stayed in Sedona. Just because … Continue reading

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Day 3 in Sedona, AZ (Dec 27, 2016)

(Click on photos to see them full size.) Today, we decided to go on a safari to Africa, thanks to a billboard that Jeremy and Anya fortuitously spotted on their way into Sedona. After a relaxing breakfast of eggs made … Continue reading

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Day 2 in Sedona, AZ (Dec 26, 2016)

This morning, we woke up to beautiful weather: not a cloud in the sky and temperatures in the lower 30s. After we finished eating the eggs I’d made for everyone for breakfast, Victoria and I decided to walk down to … Continue reading

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Day 1 in Sedona, AZ (Dec 25, 2016)

Together with a culture of work, there must be a culture of leisure as gratification. To put it another way: people who work must take the time to relax, to be with their families, to enjoy themselves, read, listen to … Continue reading

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Travel Day (Dec 24, 2016)

“In America, there are two classes of travel: first-class and with children.” — Robert Benchley Knowing that we didn’t want to wake up at the crack of dawn to leave home before our 10:00am flight, we drove to Philly last … Continue reading

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Destroying The Butterfly

I wrote the following short story during my junior year of high school. It was part of an English class assignment wherein we had to do a “Writing Within” another short story we had read in the class. The short … Continue reading

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