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The purpose of our blog is to share our journey through life with family and friends while we leave our mark on this world. Our 20's have been very kind to us and as we enter the 30's we are hoping to continue to enjoy our time in this thing we call life. I should have called this blog "Traveling through Life".

Monday, August 25, 2008


This past weekend we went to Chicago to see Eddie Vedder in concert and we decided to make a mini-vacation out of it. I didn't realize how big Chicago was and we walked almost everywhere. We went to Navy Pier, Buckingham Fountain( from Married with Children), Millenium Park, Sears Tower, and we took an architectural boat tour. We had a great time!

Eddie Vedder Concert. It's hard to see but if you look at the back up singers, the one on the right is Sean Penn. He directed the movie, "Into the Wild" which Eddie Vedder did the soundtrack for, which most of the songs from this concert were from that movie.

I tried to take some video at the concert but I felt like one of those jerks who distracts everyone else with their camera so at least here is some audio of the last song he played.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

New Stadium Tour

Today we went with friends to tour the new Lucas Oil Stadium for the Colts. I have been driving past the construction almost every day while at work and I kind of wanted to see the finished product, I also wanted to see where my tax money went. It was very busy and most of the time we felt like a herd of cattle but it was nice to get to see it all. We did get to go down to the field and walk around but we couldn't see the locker rooms like they said we could. I don't know if I would do it over again considering how much we had to go through. I do think the Colts deserve a new stadium, the RCA dome looks very outdated next to it, I just hate whenever they tear something down, it seems like a waste of materials.

Also here are some fun pics of Cody's new thing. He likes to sit up on his butt and give his Manna hugs. It's very sweet. He's becoming more and more snuggly the older he gets.