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November 2015

Traveling

Two Days in Brussels

November 15, 2015

Let’s not forget Brussels. On our way from Paris to Amsterdam, we decided to stop in Brussels for a few days. Having never been there before, it seemed like a good idea. Brussels was different. When we got out of the train station we clearly had no clue where to go. We did notice right away more English was spoken. After weighing our options and getting our bearings, we found the taxis.

Brussels

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Everything Else

The Poor Porker opens in Lakeland

November 8, 2015

Last night was a memorable evening. Not just because I got to go out with my handsome husband, but also because we were invited to a grand opening in Lakeland. Hard work pays off. It really is as simple as that. Having a vision, setting a goal and working through obstacles to see a final product. That’s how I would describe Robyn and Jarrid from the poor porker: visionary hard workers.

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Running

#HolidaySweat Challenge @RuntotheFinish and @SweatPink

November 4, 2015

Who’s ready for the Holidays?!?! Apparently not my kid. This past Monday on our way to soccer practice I heard my daughter mumbling about wreaths but I couldn’t quite understand what she was saying. It turns out, our town has already put the Christmas decorations out in our little downtown area. To my surprise she was perplexed that the city would do such a thing without first celebrating Thanksgiving!

holidaysweat

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Running

What I loved this past October

November 1, 2015

Phew! October is no more. I can’t remember a more busy October month than this last one. We were busy from week 1 to the very last day, Halloween! So without further ado, I’ll tell you my favorite things from October.

Yuba Mundo Bike

Yuba bike

With the cooler morning temperatures, the girls and I put some miles on the yuba this month. 50 miles to be exact! Using the Strava app, I nearly doubled our yearly miles! Best part of riding the bike was listening to these two reading books out loud or make up stories on the way to school. Oh, and let’s not remember the day it sprinkled and I rode back home without an umbrella.

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