Yesterday my grandfather was injured in a fall down the stairs. I’ve been busy helping my family out and Steve has been right there with us. Family is always our first priority.
Please say a little prayer for my gramps and our family!
It’s been a while since we’ve last had a comic done up but we seem to have found a balance now 🙂 Steve’s original 365 cartoons are coming back to accompany our blog posts!
Our first kiss…December 23, 2005. 3 weeks after Steve asked me out (yes…I didn’t feel ready to kiss him until 3 weeks later). On a couch in my living room, staring at each other and it got really quiet. I just said, “You can kiss me now.” And he did. It was amazing. And I still get butterflies to this day.
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Yesterday I read an article in The Globe and Mail by Margaret Wente talking about what she learned in university, and that inspired Steve and I to start thinking about the things we learned.
While we can’t remember most of what we learned in class (What’s a demand curve again? Or that theory about that thing that happens in politics?), we did come up with a number of things we learned about life.
As you may well be aware and as document by the date stamps on our blogs, we have been MIA for two full months. Shameful, according to all the rules of the blogging universe, we know. If only the blog was our full time job…to write about love all day would be bliss. Unfortunately, bills have to be paid and some semblance of a career needs to be developed.