Being Good

OMG! There's a Simpson's arcade game on Ebay for like $1000. I'd LOVE to buy it, especially since the seller is within easy drive distance (N. Chicago). But there's no way I can afford it. It's one of my all-time favorite games. My family used to go to this Pizza Hut and have dinner with my grandparents and my sister and I would bum quarters off our mom and grandma to play that game. So not only is it a great game, but it also has wonderful memories associated with it. I'll get one someday.

Meanwhile, new people are moving in upstairs. They're quite loud. That apartment turns over about every 6 months. I have no idea why. Our apartment manager lived there for a while, but she doesn't anymore. During her term as our upstairs neighbor, her husband managed to flood our apartment by leaving a sink on. Smart cookie, that one. Geez.

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Hi! I'm Jess, a 30-something Colorado native making the most of life with my husband and kiddos. By day, I run the marketing department of a local contracting firm and in my ridiculously scant spare time, I love to run, ski, cook, travel (camp!), photograph and read. Thanks for stopping by!

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Notes from a Blue Bike: The Art of Living Intentionally in a Chaotic World
When He Was Wicked
Delicious
It Happened One Season
First Comes Marriage
Simply Unforgettable
The Fine Art of Small Talk: How to Start a Conversation, Keep It Going, Build Networking Skills--and Leave a Positive Impression!
The Naked Duke
The Rites and Wrongs of Janice Wills
Grace and Power
The World of the Ancient Maya
On the Way to the Wedding
The Parenting Breakthrough: Real-Life Plan to Teach Your Kids to Work, Save Money, and Be Truly Independent
Rose Harbor in Bloom
The Pearl of Bengal
Surprising Lord Jack
Unlimited: How to Build an Exceptional Life
Anna and the French Kiss
The Lady Most Willing...: A Novel in Three Parts
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