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Ever had one of those mindless moments? The one where you’d been driving somewhere and found yourself miles down the road with no recollection of the journey? That happened to me today.  Wow, twenty minutes worth of driving and no recall.  Where had I been?  Is that dangerous? …

Travelling is in my blood…no surprise there…my Dad was in the Air Force, so we travelled.  For me, there’s still nothing quite like the thrill of visiting a different state, or city, or a new country. Paris is fantastic.  A beautiful, somehow feminine city and so very walkable. …

Life is short and we have never too much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are travelling the dark journey with us.  Oh be swift to love, make haste to be kind. ~ Henri Frederic Amiel There’s no doubt that I’ve travelled a lot.  When you’re…

It was my first trip to Rome.  Harriet and I had decided we needed to expand our horizons and did we ever, just not in the way we’d anticipated.   Pasta, the best pizza in the world, handsome Italians …did I forget history…didn’t mean to put it at the…

I stand accused.  I’m crushed.  Some friends have told me that the directions I gave them to our new home must be English directions, because they didn’t understand them and got lost…well not really lost…they had to call for clarification.  But in the old days, before cell phones,…

We were headed for the City of Angels and ran into challenges, with a short delay, in airline terms, of an hour and a half, due to mechanical failure.  Airline speak for one of the overhead bins is broken.  It took two engineers an hour and a half…

So here I am, a very unhappy twelve year old.  Living in the middle of an old volcanic crater amidst steaming heat and sand. We settled into school, as best as we could.  Changing schools becomes so much harder as you get older.  Everyone has settled into their…

If you’ve read my bio you’ll know that we travelled a lot.  As a kid, we moved every two years…home, school, towns, even countries.  It was exhilarating and sometimes hard.  Having to make new friends every couple of years became a really big challenge. When I was twelve…

Something serene to enjoy…relax…breathe it in. Claude Monet’s gardens in Giverny, France.   Truly the most beautiful place and even when filled with hundreds of tourists…us included…disrupting the peace and quiet… the charm remains. You can visit both the house and gardens…Monet’s home has been beautifully preserved…but for…

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