Plymouth Rocks
Hanging Out And Doing Stuff in a Hip Michigan Suburb
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I'll update this more in a bit, but right now I'm just figuring out how to make these websites to be honest.
I'm going to figure out some cool local stuff to put here.

In the mean time, I'm going to leave it like this.

Food Glorious Food
I'll often work out in the morning without eating. I read somewhere that this helps burn fat. I don't know if that's true. What I DO know is that I'm very hungry after the fact. Very.

In fact, I'm so hungry that I will often start singing that little song from the Oliver Twist movie where the little orphan kids are begging for gruel and stuff.

My dog does this all the time though. Whenever I start digging into his food bag he starts going all crazy and slobbering and stuff. Food glorious FOOD! I see it in his eyes.
So you want to move to Plymouth, do you?

You might think that you do, but it's not a guarantee that you'll be telling the truth.

Living in Plymouth isn't cheap. Some magazine rated it as the #4 coolest places to live or something back in 2011 and it's only gotten more popular since then.

All this popularity has caused Plymouth home prices to skyrocket.

You pretty much have to have a six figure household income to live in the City of Plymouth anymore and close to that to live in Plymouth Township.

Either way, it's worth figuring out how to move out this way. The place is rockin'!
An Almost-Indian-Summer

A friend of mine just informed me that an "Indian Summer" is when you have hot weather that follows up after the first frost of the year. Who knew? I always thought that it just meant you were having warm weather in late September or early October. In any case, that's just what is happening right now...and it's driving me nuts. I wish it would just cool off and stay that way. While we're on the subject of "indian summer" did you ever wonder where the term "indian giving" came from? I mean, do you know any native American people who expect you to give them back whatever gift you've given them? Apparently, the term goes all the way back to the mid-1700's. Of course now it's considered offensive. Just like the Washington Redskins are offensive. What a joke.