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Winter Adventures

I had a GREAT weekend!  I had 3 days off in a row which NEVER happens and I feel like I definitely took advantage of it!

Friday I crossed several things off my 101 in 1001 list including going to a Columbus Blue Jackets game with Josh and several of his law school friends.  Then Saturday, after celebrating Josh's birthday with his family we made the trip to Akron.

We had dinner at a delicious-Food Network worthy-location, called "Melt".  Then we spent Saturday at the Football Hall of Fame in Canton, which is amazing.  I highly recommend it for sports fans.  Then once we arrived back to home base with Megan we went up to Cleveland and watched the FIRST EVER outdoor college hockey game at Progressive Field.  The Buckeyes lost but it was such a fun time, I met some people I'd heard a lot about, and they had an excellent fireworks display afterwards!

I promise there will be photos soon...but my camera batteries are dead and I need to charge them before they will upload!

Basically, I had a great weekend...and then my car tried to ruin it because my window rolled down and then wouldn't roll back up again!  But we drove home anyway and the guys at the car place down the street were nice enough to roll it up for me for free until I get the money together to pay for them to rewire it correctly...or I'll just let it car windows don't really need to roll up and down right?


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