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December

2012

Holiday Traditions: Elf On The Shelf

FAMILY

Hello, friend. Please indulge me this week while I debut our “Holiday Traditions” each day. I promise this will not go on until Christmas day (just to Christmas Eve, chuckle, chuckle). Elf on the Shelf, are you familiar with this guy? A brilliant concept. The premise is that he comes out around Thanksgiving and leaves […]

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December

2012

Happy Birthday Mom!

FAMILY, Growing up Maine, United States

Hello friend. Today is my moms birthday. She has spent 62 years on this earth blessing us with her greatness. Mom was born in Jay, Maine into a French Canadian family. She is the middle child with one older sister and one younger sister. She fell in love with my dad when she was 14 […]

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December

2012

Life After Kids: The “Do It Before Kids” Argument

FAMILY, TRAVEL

Hello, friend. “Do it before you have kids” is probably my least favorite statement I have gotten from other people who presume to know how we approach life. What a terrible statement to make to anyone, whether they have kids or not, or want them or not. Imagine saying this to someone who is in […]

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December

2012

Holiday Traditions: The Gingerbread House

FAMILY

Hello, friend. I am thinking that for the month of December I will replace “Flashback Friday” with “Holiday Traditions.” Ahhh, the holidays. I love them so. This week I am going to start sprinkling in some of our “Holiday Traditions” here at Casa Sueiro. We do a lot of baking, making, singing and decoration this […]

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December

2012

The Importance of Pausing

DIGITAL NOMAD

Hello, friend. Welcome to my world as a Graphic Designer (my first post on this topic). As the blog develops, I will occasionally post about the projects I am working on and the amazing clients I get to collaborate with. This post features my dear client, Kelly Ferm, who owns Kelly Ferm Interior Design. Check out […]

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December

2012

Phone Books And Other Miscellany

EDUCATION, United States

Hello, friend. Happy Monday! After I dropped my rental car off at Hertz when I was in LA, I turned around and this is what I saw. An empty shell that once held a phone. It’s hard to imagine that there was a time when we had to carry quarters or calling cards, or read […]

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