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ADVENTURES IN HOUSESITTING

Jill yearned to sell everything and live full-time in a motorhome. For her, there existed no stronger pull than the allure of going right to the precipice of civilization and then continuing over without even slowing down. Falling into the unknown, knowing only that it’s the surest way to know you’re fucked. The sultry mix of gas fumes, septic aromas, and barely chilled vegetables rotting in an overworked traveling refrigerator combined to form an irresistible fragrance that marked a life on the move. To pack all of our belongings and hit the open road in search of deep, irreplaceable memories full of irreparable emotional traumas, that was a call she could not silence and her heart refused to ignore. Continue reading

ARIZONA PART FOUR: ENDGAME

The last three days sort of flew by. That’s how delirium works.

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ARIZONA PART THREE: FOOD WARS

FRIDAY

The TV was bigger. The beds were bigger. But the only thing that the 3 Palms served for breakfast was a big heaping pile of GFY.

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ARIZONA PART TWO: NO ROOM AT THE INN –or– THIS BED’S TOO SMALL

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OUR TRIP TO ARIZONA. PART ONE: HELL IS HOT.

Enough time has passed that I can now write about our family vacation to Arizona. So come with me on a journey. A tale of confusion, tedium, and inertia told in several chapters.

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Feeling Minnesota

By Jeff

Ever been to Minnesota? I’ve been there three times for work. Continue reading