Yearly Archives: 2013

hiroshima and miyajima, japan – ’12

 almost exactly a year ago, we were visiting hiroshima and miyajima.  so i’m posting this on the anniversary of the bombing of hiroshima. traveling is so easy in japan, even though we had to figure out the system in each city (because the JR tickets don’t work everywhere). here, we took trolley cars like in […]

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you are what you eat part 6

you are what you eat part 6 – after a year and a half, what we’ve learned this is part 6 (and the last installment) of a healthy eating series, to read the rest go here: Read part one here, read part two here, read part three here,read part four here and read part five here. if you are […]

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Rotorua, NZ ’10

 here’s another post from our super last minute new zealand trip in 2010. we posted a little teaser from hobbiton and now here’s a little something from rotorua. it’s a stinky town because of all of the thermal activity around there. on our way there, we had some lunch and we were laughing at the […]

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you are what you eat part 5

you are what you eat part 5 – sweets this is part 5 of a healthy eating series, to read the rest go here: Read part one here, read part two here, read part three here, read part four here another common thing that people say to us when we say we went all natural is ‘wow, you […]

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Boston, MA – ’12

the first and last stop of our new england trip we actually had planned on only going to boston because we just had about a week to travel, but when us californians realized how much we could drive in a short amount of time, we decided to do all the new england states! so we […]

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Expanding our Family

 after two years of marriage, we thought it would be about time to start expanding our little family of 2. we were very excited and anxious about the unknown, but month after month, nothing happened. we watched as all of our friends had their first, second or third children while we still waited and longed […]

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