We’re Back!

Hi friends,

So after over a year long hiatus, Ryan and I decided to start up the blog again as a way for our friends and family (mainly my mother) to keep up with what we’ve been doing. So much has happened over the past year and sadly the blog fell off to the wayside, but we’ll try not to let that happen again.

Here’s a brief summary of what’s happened over the past year:

  1. Lisa started a Diagnostic Radiology Residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
  2. Ryan started a new job at Analgesic Solutions in Natick, MA.
  3. Ryan and I both got two new cute nephews.
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    At Cheu Noodle Bar in Philadelphia with Lisa’s nephew Walden

     

    5. We traveled to Chicago, St. Louis, Vermont, Miami, Maine, and Montreal to name a few.

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    Wyndham Walls, Miami, FL
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    St. Louis Arch in St. Louis, MO

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    Ate our weight in Montreal’s famous bagels
  4. We spent the summer grilling with Ryan’s sweet 50 dollar find on craigslist.13668908_10101095546897041_7596809110748811198_o
  5. We did a lot of hiking/trying not to let Lisa fall off mountains.
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    The Labyrinth aka Lemon Squeeze Trail at Mohank Preserve, High Falls, NY
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    Mt Dorr, Acadia National Park

    8. We became national park and national historic site enthusiasts collecting cancellation stamps wherever we go.

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    Kayaking in Everglades National Parks
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    National Parks Passport Book and Centennial Stamps

    Life has been good. We shouldn’t complain (although we sometimes do). Look out for some more blog posts soon!

-Lisa (and Ryan).

 

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2 thoughts on “We’re Back!”

  1. I decided to follow the young fellows footsteps to have passport to presidential libraries. Hope I were able to accomplish.

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