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Welcome to These Gypsy Feet!

July 28, 2011

It’s been a long-standing joke with my husband (henceforth known as C) and my family that I have “Gypsy Feet”. I define it as that urge one gets every few years to travel, see new places, or just shake things up a bit. Whenever I have felt my life getting stale I start telling my loved ones that I’m getting my Gypsy Feet, and they know that something big is about to change for me. The last time I got Gypsy Feet I moved 1200 miles across the country to get married to a soldier. That’s the short version, anyway.

Mostly I just write about whatever’s on my mind but occasionally I will have:

Fat Kid Friday – AWW YEAH! I know this is why everyone is here, and I won’t let you down. Recipes, restaurant reviews, and mouth-watering photos await. Go on… you know you want to.

So welcome to my adventure! Hope you enjoy the ride as much as I do.

 

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  1. greenbanditpress permalink
    July 28, 2011 10:32

    I have to admit, I did wonder where that came from.

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  2. Lorraine permalink
    July 28, 2011 12:49

    Thanks for an enjoyable morning….I spent reading your blog and old entries…It was like reading a good book so I’m looking forward to your novel…GO AMANDA! I’m glad I’m not the enemy, that I get to taste some of your scrumptious creations but mostly that I’ve gotten to know you and your family (lovely, wonderful people that I’m blessed to have enter my life), plus you said nice things about my son. Congratulations to you and C. You do glow with love! With love and fondness, Lorraine

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    • July 28, 2011 14:34

      Lorraine, thank you! I’m glad that you’ve been enjoying reading, and I agree that it’s been a pleasure to expand my ‘family’ ever since G&A got hitched– guess I’ll be doing that all over again for myself now! 🙂

      Lots of love!

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  3. September 24, 2013 08:31

    I can’t imagine how hard it is to be moving to a far-away place. I think people say “lucky you!’ because we all wish we were brave enough to pack up and move someplace we know no one and have no ties to. You are brave! You can do this! And home is just a facebook message away! Can’t wait to see you at your going away luau

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    • September 24, 2013 08:57

      Joanne, thank you for that thoughtful comment– I hadn’t thought of it that way, and I hope that you’re right 🙂 Looking forward to seeing you all as well, and meeting Evelyn!

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