• Whole40 Challenge Days 4-7: Small adventures

    As Scout and I reflected on Whole40 Challenge Week One, we felt a little melancholy. We couldn’t believe week one was already over. After writing and rewriting, we finally settled upon this post. It’s a decidedly simple story, but we like to think that’s alright every once in a while. After all, some of the

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  • Scout Scouts the Scouts

    Team Frymire and Scout like to face their battles head on and ears forward! (We also like to avoid ending our sentences with prepositions, but we had limited options this time. Choose your battles, people… Choose your battles.) One of our major barriers in this new make-no-money and freelance-all-day life we’ve recently curated for ourselves

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  • London Laundry

    In a rare turn of events, this story is written entirely by Anna of Team Frymire with only three or four or five interjections by Scout.(Scout benevolently gave his verysmallest Stamp of Approval.) Laundry and I have a complex relationship. The first time I remember meeting Laundry was when I was seven years old. My

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  • Viva Las Vegas

    Sentimentality is tricky business. You never know when the things you love most will mildly bore someone else. Nevertheless, Scout and I have taken a risk with this post. Should you choose to read on, we think you’ll find in our ramblings a few treasures about unexpected food and friendliness in a place known for

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  • Coffee is Power

    Scout has been drinking coffee since he was eight weeks old. On his second day living with Team Frymire in Las Vegas, NV, he was particularly sleepy. A good night’s rest in the warmth of his new home made him exceedingly tired. You probably know what we’re describing. We’re talking about the way vacation makes

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  • We Drove Past Napa Part 3

    Hello Readers! Scout and I are here with our coffee, Pendleton wool, and a story to tell you. Usually, Scout can’t wait to sit down next to me and start dictating. This week has been different. He’s been deep in thought as he decides how to tell you the unexpected ending to this otherwise sad

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  • We Drove Past Napa Part 2

    As we write, Scout and I are seated in the guest room surrounded by retired holiday wrapping paper. This wrapping paper makes us feel a little melancholy in the way only lonely wrapping paper and January can. Scout says that this story you’re about to read makes him more melancholy than January ever could since

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