A Tuesday Letter

by Holly on August 8, 2011

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To my dearest Everythingtarian family, I love you. And while I appreciate the fact you love me back, give your endless support to whatever crazy idea travel venture I conjure up, don’t get mad at me when I steal the last of the toilet paper (and fail to replace it with a new roll) and […]

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A Typical Easter

by Holly on April 25, 2011

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A haphazard family brunch. Cinnamon raisin French toast, roasted vegetable tart, fruit salad, three different kinds of juice, hardboiled eggs, everything-flavored pretzel rings, tea and coffee. A 6 1/2 mile family run (and by family, I mean me and my brother-in-law). Mama Everythingtarian attempting to bike alongside us runners with a Starbucks venti green tea […]

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A Beer Story

by Holly on March 19, 2011

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You may be shocked to know I used to hate beer. Throughout my four years of college, I never drank this most delicious fermented libation. Ever. Mixed vodka drinks in plastic water bottles? Yes. Diet Coke & Malibu? Most certainly. The occasional glass of wine? Obvs. But never beer. It probably explains why to this […]

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The Last Hurrah

by Holly on January 3, 2011

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If I don’t see another Christmas cookie or treat in awhile, I’m okay with that. This past weekend however, I couldn’t be okay with that. It was the last hurrah: the final celebration of Christmas 2010. This time the festive season ended Saturday with my dad’s side of the family, which is totally cool, because […]

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A Doggone Christmas

by Holly on December 26, 2010

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If there is one thing you need to know about the Everythingtarian family, it’s that we are NOT animal lovers. Like, at all. Since Daddy E is majorly allergic, we did not grow up with cats, dogs or other furry friends around our house. To add fuel to the pet-hatin’ fire, there have been some […]

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