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7 days in Ohio. 1 day in Michigan. It was wonderful, not too cold, and I wish we could have had a few more days at home.

Each year, it gets harder and harder to get back on that plane to San Francisco.

This year more than ever, I’m feeling that pull to move back to the Midwest.

In awe by how smart my brother is and I can’t believe how doctory he sounds after one semester of medical school.

Sometimes, I think he’s really my older brother.

Walked off some Christmas pounds at the park by my parent’s house and learned that I can’t skip rocks to save my life.

So many movies. So much sleep.

Double teaming a classic Italian dinner for the fam with the help of Reuben. Garlic knots are the perfect food.

Grabbed a delicious bite of challah and Korean beef jerky at the West Side Market.

My mom makes such crazy good food. I miss her egg rolls and fried chicken already.

I missed being able to sit down to a normal dinner with my family.

Longhorn Steakhouse is actually a really great restaurant.

We caught up with friends at Masthead Brewery over beers and the most glorious everything pretzel and pimento cheese.

You should stop by Climax, Michigan, re-evaluate your life decisions, and consider buying an old farmhouse to fix up.

Escape Rooms are actually really fun and not as lame as you might think they are.

Family feast after family feast.

Had dinner at our childhood family restaurant, which is now an okay Indian restaurant. It felt small at first and then it started to feel familiar again.

Gosh, I miss home.