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4 Things I Learned in January

January was good month: Brock and I took an amazing, restorative weekend getaway to San Diego (see picture above); we got tons of rain; and Stella turned a year old, so she has finally calmed down and stopped being a psycho puppy most of the time.

I took note over the past week of what I have recently learned. Most of things are pretty insignificant but one feels life-changing. Here they are:

1. The Chick-fil-A C is supposed to look like a chicken
We were at Chick-fil-A a couple of weeks ago, and while waiting in line I gasped as the logo shifted before my eyes to reveal a chicken. When I excitedly asked Brock if that was commonly known, he paused and said, "Yes..." (in a nice way). So I'm assuming this is not news to many of you, but if you also never saw the chicken in the curlicue, then you are not alone!

2. PA (like in PA system) stands for public address
I'm currently reading The Power Broker, and at one point the author says something about a speaker not being h…

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