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You've might have noticed some changes recently. MarkGlover.com was recently down for a couple of days due to over usage of our bandwidth limit. It's now back up and running.

The blog also has a new URL and a few new tweaks. You can find it at www.MarkGlover.com/blog. I made the switch from my Doteasy hosted blog to a more robust Word Press blog. It allows for more freedom of design, better tracking and administrative features, and the ability to alter or migrate the blog in the future more easily. This will be the last post on this blog. All futures posts will be on the new blog.

 

The Pics page has also been updated altough not finished. The menu is more polished now and more pics were added. I'm still working on getting our wedding and New York pictures back up as well as posting some new pictures. Hope you enjoy and have a Merry Christmas.

 
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Business at work has left the blog severely neglected. People are at the point of physical violence, demanding new posts. So here goes. Stephanie and I headed to the Northwest a couple of months ago for a little R and R. Nothing too high stress. Just some good food, good weather and a little kayaking. And for Stephanie a "little" shopping. We spent a lot of time roaming the Pike Place Market and streets of downtown. We got things moving a little and went kayaking on Union Bay up through The Cut at University of Washington and on through the Arboretum.

 

Our favorite part of the trip was probably all of the great food. We enjoyed great fresh seafood at the tourist venue The Crab Pot. We fought the crowds at the authentic Maneki in Chinatown. But our favorite was the authentic little Enza Cucina Siciliana . There we enjoyed the cool Pacific breeze as Enza serenaded my wife in Italian. Stephanie asked her about a couple of dishes and she was apparently so enamored by her that she brought us both of those dishes but not the dish I ordered. We didn't care though because it was all amazing.

 

Seattle

 

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We spent one afternoon on a ferry to Bainbridge Island were we walked the streets and stuffed our messenger bag with delicious treats from Blackbird Bakery, after second and third helpings, of course. As we returned to the mainland, the sun spotlighted the Space Needle giving us the view below.
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More pictures on the Pics page


 
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A couple of months back Stephanie and I were at the park by the river when we noticed a helicopter flying exceptionally low. I pretty sure they were filming for a new TV show on TLC called the Police Women of Memphis. People often ask me what my job is like, especially at The MED. This show is fair comparison to what a typical day at The MED is like.

 

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 Last month the Mississippi River and large parts of Tennessee were hit with flooding. Here's a pic from pretty much the same spot as the above picture.

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As you can tell this is a disproportionate amount of blogs this weekend, so don't expect anything new for another six months.


 
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More pics from my trip to Texas of my cousins and niece

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This one is for the Red Raiders in the family.

 

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 This one is for the Aggies in the family.

 

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 Last month I got the chance to head back to Texas and spend time with family. Here's a few pics of my sister, niece and nephew. I wish we would've taken more pictures.

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 pretty girls

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 I wish I could get my lawn to look like my grandpa's.

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