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costa rica

that's right. costa rica. that's where i'm headed today. me and shannon, without our children, are headed to the pacific shores of the central american nation to celebrate our 10 years of marriage. we are, of course, extremely excited to be taking this kid-less vacation in a new land, choosing our own adventures as we go.
as far as the blog is concerned, feel free to keep checking in. i will have some posts prepared. nothing too exciting, i'm sure, but something to keep you checking back in. i'll check with you when i get back.


Erin said…
have a great time. funny, m & i are headed out for a 10 year trip sans kiddos as well, though ours is not nearly as exotic!
NJ Grandma said…
Have a wonderful time and a safe trip. ~Gail~
Anonymous said…

First- congratulations!! 10 years! In 10 years, I´ll be saying that!

And 2nd, Dulce and I are both jealous, neither of us has been to Costa Rica. But she says it is supposed to be great. You should come by here (ok, that´s hard and a crazy statement- but I had to say it because you´re in Latin America).

Que le vaya bien y Dios les bendiga!
(have a great trip and God bless you!)

Emoly said…
Congratulations on ten years!!! We hope the trip was great, and relaxing only if you wanted/needed it to be!

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