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Wooster Won Us Over

Last night we wanted to go out but were tired of the same old places in town. (You know the drill, you ask “Where do you want to eat?” and Dustin replies “I don’t know. Nothing sounds good. Where do YOU want to eat?”) We love Cheddars and Olive Garden but wanted a smaller restaurant

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Four Years of Married Bliss: The Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame

I realized that I never completely finished this travel series! A friend of mine mentioned it to me the other day and I logged on and realized I didn’t write about our time at The Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame. After staying the night in Playhouse Square downtown Cleveland, we slept in a bit

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Four Years of Married Bliss: Playhouse Square On the Cheap

After looking online, I decided we should check out Cleveland. We’ve been to Columbus and Cincinnati since moving back to Ohio and haven’t spent a lot of time exploring up north. I was hesitant about downtown hotels and was curious about the walkability of the city. After spending a lot of time looking at hotels

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Celebrating Four Years Of Married Bliss In Cleveland: Melt and The Cleveland Museum of Art

July 30th marked our four year anniversary. It’s pretty hard to believe I’ve been a MRS for that long! As usual, we decided to go on a mini-adventure to celebrate. I organized a fun trip that included museums and yummy food on the cheap. Here’s a breakdown of what we did: On Saturday, August 9th

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A Trip To C-bus with Melissa and High School Students

Our good friend is a teacher at a local high school. She’s pretty awesome and asked us to help chaperone her field trip to Columbus. Melissa has a GIGANTIC heart for kids and she’s always planning fun things for them to do. It’s difficult to get parents and relatives to come on her trips since

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A Getaway to the Frozen Falls Tuesday-Wednesday

Tuesday, March 11th: Morning: Dustin worked in the morning and then we ate lunch at Wendys. We headed out to Niagara On the Lake for wine tours and a chocolate factory tour. I somehow forgot our vouchers in the room but we still enjoyed ourselves. We got lost on the way there and Dustin ended

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A Getaway to the Frozen Falls Sunday-Monday

Leaving on Dustin’s 27th birthday, we headed up to Niagara Falls from Mansfield. It only took us a little over five hours. We listened to good music and I read one of Anne Lamott’s books aloud. We stopped to get Starbucks to keep us awake! Crossing the United States border was easy and before you

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Using Groupon & Living Social To Go To Niagara Falls

Instead of buying each other a lot of chocolate or corny Valentine’s Day things, we decided to use our money to go on a little getaway. In the past we’ve gotten tattooed for the Hallmark holiday but Dustin couldn’t think of what he wanted and we needed to check out of the house (and country)

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