About Me

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I’m Rob (the one in the hat). My husband, Jamie, is to the right. We’ve shared a life together now for 22+ years. Like all couples, we’ve shared the good, the bad, the ugly, the awesome, the boring, etc……

We both work in healthcare. I work in Human Resources, and Jamie works as a coordinator for a local cardiac care unit. We love our full-time jobs as well as our part-time gigs. We work a lot, so when we do take time off to vacation, we enjoy our cruises (such as depicted above – taken from our 2015 cruise to the Bahamas). We also enjoy short road trips, and on rare occasions, flights to destinations beyond reasonable road travel. We travel well together.

When not traveling, we gain tremendous enjoyment working in our yard. Every year seems to find us getting more intense with the gardening, but it truly brings us both a great deal of joy, and something we can do together (or separately, if work schedules interfere).

For 15 years, Jamie and I enjoyed boating, and the restoration of classic Chris Crafts. We owned 3 vintage cruisers during that time – restoring a 27′ cruiser, a 31′ cruiser and a 42′ motoryacht. Last year, we found ourselves with more obligations than time would allow us to tend to, so we stepped out of boating – selling our beloved 42′ Commander “Command Performance”, a boat we bought, restored and had the pleasure of owning for 10 years. While we miss boating, our lives have changed so dramatically, we know we made the right decision and look forward to new adventures in 2016, and beyond.

Command Performance (2013)
Command Performance – a 1968 Chris Craft Motoryacht

I would be remiss if I didn’t recognize “the children”. Here are our two kids….. “Solomon”, a black lab, and “Mancini”, our Pomeranian, and latest member of the household.

  

We’ve now added a 3rd baby to our brood. Meet Chloe. She’s a “Puggle”. 

  

 

And now for our 4th and final addition…..

Polo (our Cocker Spaniel)

Polo is approximately 3-1/2 years old, and totally blind. But, loss of sight doesn’t stop him from being a lively, little boy. As with all our “babies”, he was a rescue, and in great need of vet care, grooming and feeding (severely underweight). With all of these immediate needs addressed, he has settled in quite nicely with our brood. He is a “smile maker” each and every day. We couldn’t love this little boy any more than we do.