9:15 a.m. • Osmium So I was pretty sure this place was called Osmium (as it says online and it’s also printed on their window), but their sign out front and their cups say Dark Matter Coffee. * Note: Matthew just told me it’s Dark Matter Coffee presents Osmium. That’s not confusing at all. Other
This is Valeri and I’m here to fill you in on our day. Simply put, day two was a success! I’m sure most of you think “The Pearons’” first stop was for coffee, however, that wasn’t true this morning. You see, on our way to In-n-Out Burger last night, Matthew saw we were mere
Hello! Matthew here. I would like to welcome you to another adventure with the Pearons! If you’ve joined us before, you know the drill – but if not, just try to keep up. Generally, we try to alternate blog entries, so you hear a bit from both of us, but there are exceptions made
Good afternoon! Matthew here, reporting from London. Today was bittersweet. It brought an end to our London adventure, but will mark the start of our journey to Paris. I can’t say I’m quite as excited as my wife is about France, but it will be a neat trip. We will only be there a day (closer to half
Good afternoon, everyone! This is Matthew, reporting from London. (I wish I had more opportunities to use that phrase!). This is the sixth installment of Beauty and the Geek: Surviving London. According to Val’s Fitbit app, we walked about 14 miles today, bringing our week so far to 57.64 miles – roughly 132,127 steps.
Hey! Valeri here. We are somehow on our fourth day of London. Not sure how that happened. Everything just needs to slow down. After breakfast at the hotel, we went out to find our morning coffee. This morning’s choice was Prufrock and we were not disappointed … except, once again, no drip coffee.
Hello and welcome to another exciting adventure with the Pearons! If you’re reading this, you’ve probably experienced the wilds of Seattle and Kansas City with us (if not, click here), and have an idea of how we do this. We’ll try to trade off who writes the entry each night, or do a joint entry. Sometimes, if