They started seeing each other every day. Two weeks into their relationship, as they talked about their families, Hyun felt Tae might be the man shed been looking for. We were both mature and we had figured ourselves out. If we were to get married, we felt it was more than just the two of us. We were also marrying two families, Tae says.
Amanda Marker, 19, thought 28-year-old Rick Duplissie was really interesting and smart. It was January 2004, and Rick was Amandas interpersonal communications instructor at Drury Universitys extension program at Fort Leonard Wood.
A trip sampling the diversity of Southeast Asian destinations can take you from the sleek modernity of Singapore to the ancient temples of Cambodias Angkor Wat. And then there are the beaches of Thailand: relaxing, beautiful and for the adventurous spring-breaker, a lot more exotic than Miami.
Residents of Austin claim many titles and are known for the slogan Keep Austin Weird. Some locals call their hometown festival city, because there seems to be one every weekend, such as South by Southwest or Austin City Limits Music Festival. But most festivalgoers dont realize Austin is also home to the first photograph, a Gutenberg Bible and the worlds largest urban bat colony.
Tunics werent always fashionable, but we are fans of modern incarnations. High-end designer Victoria Beckham took the shape from plebian to posh in her spring 2011 collection for New York Fashion Week.
True to its namesake, the romper, originally designed as play clothes for children, is made for romping around without worry. The modern, grown-up take is perfect for the park, pool or bicycling.
DEAR JEANNE AND LEONARD: Our family is divided over whether our brother should have to repay the money he borrowed from our father. My two brothers think Ritchie needs to make good on the loans. But my sister and I want to let it drop.
DEAR JEANNE AND LEONARD: My older sister has been a terror in our family since she was young. Stella is a domineering, vengeful alpha-dog. No family member is allowed to challenge her, ever, and she screams insults at anyone who dares to try. Our parents, when they were older, were so afraid of her that they called her The Boss.
When the Central Ice Co. first got going in the early years of the 20th century, it was one of two dozen or so ice dealers in the vicinity of downtown. The history of the company and this building, in the 2000 block of Campbell Street, intersects in ensuing years with some prominent names