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Old Try

Camping in a backyard in Maine.

We headed up to Maine on Saturday for the 2nd annual Miller Family Campout.

The Millers are the family we want to be: a picture of faith and love and commitment and sacrifice and family and beauty and talent and just right. They have been married 35 years, have three amazingly talented / successful children, and a labgolden retriever named Oliver that will make even the hardest of hearts melt....

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We were flattered last week to find a post written up about us from some folks over in Surrey in the UK.

They are called BiroRobot and they make delightful illustrations and print from their brains all the way to paper. They were starting up at the same time as us and were so kind just to write about us. Man. Crazy.

As Marianna spent time working in London after getting her letters and studied...

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Friday poetry.

There's a great guy in my office (yup, that's right: Old Try is currently just an on-the-side.)

This fellow is from Rochester, NY and his son goes the University of South Carolina and he is really just a wonderful human. He came and gave me a book yesterday. One that he wrote a message inside the front cover of and gave to me. Just as a gift. Just to read. It's Truman Capote's Other Voices, Other...

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Shirt off my back.

We got in a buttery soft t-shirt from our friends at Fallen Arrows in Atlanta last week. Those boys make magic in that hot summer sun.

I don't even know if buttery is the right word. Airlight? Barelyfelt? Hardlypresent?

At any rate, we need to know if anyone else would dig a shirt. So, what you guys think?

Would a To Dixie With Love (modeled after our shipping stamp) shirt for $20 be something that...

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