I wear the same thing to work every day. One of my two pairs of kaki Dockers, a white t-shirt, over the white t-shirt over of three possible a plaid button shirt that of course remains unbuttoned and untucked, some pair of tennis shoes.
Yesterday I went shopping. I bought two new pairs of kaki Dockers and three new plaid button shirts.
On weekends it is the same thing except in the winter they become one of two pairs of blue jeans, or shorts.
I own other clothing. I just don’t wear them often.
I’ve been this way for a good eight years or so with some minor changes as kaki pants and shirts wear out but the pants stay kaki, t-shirts white, and button shirts plaid of some form or another. The shoes change once in a while, except when I buy the exact same pair to replace the old ones :o
I noticed while driving our new family car that I was following an identical Subaru Outback and that it had dual exhaust. I checked and yeah our car has two tail pipes as well. My first thought was Great if and when these mufflers die now I’ve got two to pay for rather than one. Not that it is a common occurrence but it seems a bit ridiculous to have two mufflers. Anyone know a reason that a little 4 cylinder station wagon would need this or is it just for looks?
Bill Parcells Hates Football
You can’t blame him can you? His general behavior on the sidelines seems to back this theory up.
My wife and I are looking to take a nice vacation before we endeavor to reproduce in a manner the church would approve of. My wife lived in London for a few months while going to college and she enjoyed it (well the country, not the Americans with her). She managed a short jaunt to Paris but of course like 90% of the time that I have been there everything was closed for a strike, or bank holiday, or because as the other English speakers say it is France.
She’d like to go back to Paris, but also wants someplace she’s never been before. My trips found Paris to be a nice place but busy and not particularly exciting compared to other places.
The wife has never been to Rome and my previous two trips always left me wishing I could stay there longer.
Prague is another option as I enjoyed it great deal it but unlike Rome I don’t have a laundry list of things I can think to do.
Right now I like the idea of Rome.
How to Travel
In addition to the question of where, there is the question of how and of course that will have some impact on where.
The fact is that the wife and I navigating the world on our own for extended time periods is NOT a good thing. That might be the way to see the place but it’s just not an option for us, too much bickering. A more structured system with some free time here and there seems like the best and really only way to go for us.
We’re seriously considering something like http://www.ricksteves.com/ as I enjoy his show and we know a couple that enjoyed their trips with that service.
What I’d really like is something like 7 days in Paris and 7 days in Rome but that’s not on the list of options. Rather they have a lot of couple days here and there trips. I’m not fond of those due to the wasted time traveling and packing and unpacking all the time and etc. They do have some individual cities with 7 day durations that seem like a good option.
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