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Baby Registries

For those who have been asking, Greg and I have setup the following two registries:

Babies R' Us: Registry #47308165. Please be sure to attach any gift to our registry as we receive extra points toward future purchases based on registry purchases.

Buy Buy Baby: Registry #12423586. Buy Buy Baby is the baby version of Bed, Bath and Beyond, so the registry and some items are available at Bed, Bath and Beyond locations.

Both registries are available online at their respective websites and can be looked up using our names (We've actually found last name is all that is needed usually). We'd also appreciate gift cards to either of the above as well as Walmart, Giant Eagle (our grocery store), or various restaurants if you're looking for something different.

So for those asking for the information, there you go. And for those not...no obligation we're not trying to beg.

Sunday Dinner

Greg's Roast Beef

Sure, I'm a little late posting; however, it was so good and the leftovers for the week make it even better.

YUM!

Facebook Repost: "I was Raised in Pennsylvania."

I don't usually re-post all the do this if you {blank} status messages on Facebook, though sometimes one strikes me as particularly amusing. So, for the Southerns who think that they have the corner on down home and for the DC recruiters who often told me that "Pennsylvanians are hard workers, so don't forget to tell them where you're from," this one's for you.

"I was raised in Pennsylvania, where flip flops come out in February, we don't have fireflies, we have "lightnin bugs", we don't have cray fish in creeks, we have "craw dads" in the "crick", chipped ham is mandatory, "yinz" and youns are proper nouns, hoagies are baked in the oven, Sweet Tea is the house wine, we red up the house, we eat Gobs, and you would never disrespect your elders!"

DC Visit

After my sister's wedding two weekends ago, Greg and I packed up fuzzy cat to drop her off at my parents this past weekend and then drove down to the DC area on Sunday afternoon. We made a quick stop at Hagerstown, MD to pick up some clothes at the outlets on our way to Alexandria, VA where we spent the night with friends at their new house. After that we all got up and hit up IHOP for breakfast before Greg, Mike, and Joy headed off to work and I took our car for the day.

I headed out to get the car washed and pick up some things at Rite-Aid. Then I headed up to check out what was going on at AU before visiting Wesley and having lunch with Esther. It was great to talk to folks at Wesley and catch up a bit. And of course, lunch with Esther was lovely; catching up on what's been going on in our lives for the past 6 months. The rest of my afternoon I did some grocery shopping to pick up some fresh fruit for the week. I think Greg's enjoyed having Fresh fruit to take with him to work each day this week and I've enjoyed the yummy munchies. =P

Monday night after a great Indian dinner on barracks row with friends from Capitol Hill, Greg and I checked into our hotel for the week.

So this week I've been catching up with friends while Greg's at work and we've been meeting friends for dinner each evening. What can I say...life's so hard. Just kidding, it's been a great visit!

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