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Tampa Travels – Bryan Glazer Jewish Community Center

We had walked or ridden past the old armory building dozens of times, sometimes wondering out loud what purpose the space now served. It wasn’t until late fall, though, when we drove by on North Howard Street that we saw a “Now Open” banner. A few Google searches later, I found that the building had… Continue reading Tampa Travels – Bryan Glazer Jewish Community Center

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Lazy Girl’s Guide to a Gallery Wall

No need for hours and scissors/paper cut outs of your items to guide you here… only supplies needed are a throw blanket, tape measure, 3M Command Picture Hanging Strips, maybe a level if you’re feeling fancy. Step 1: Stare at blank wall for at least one year, preferably while watching every episode of Gossip Girl… Continue reading Lazy Girl’s Guide to a Gallery Wall

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Four Days in the Woodlands

I’ve always been interested in music festivals – the way I’m interested in running a marathon, or learning how to sail. These activities sound like they’d be very rewarding once they’re complete, and like they’d be good to list on a resume of completed bucket list items, but I wondered if I’d really enjoy a fest. Camping?… Continue reading Four Days in the Woodlands