Dear Reader, Thank you for sticking with my little blog through the lulls in posting. The end of 2017 (actually, the last half) was a whirlwind and hasn’t slowed down much. With a cross-country move, a multi-week trip to Africa and England, and the creation of the massive work deliverable that came out of the … Continue reading A New Year, A New View, & Too Much To Do
Hello, readers! The east coast of America is in the grip of a deep freeze. Following the insane nor'easter from the past two days, temperatures are low, low, low. In fact, in my new (old) city of Washington, D.C. it is a chilly 12°F/-11°C right now. Brrrr! If you follow my blog, you know that … Continue reading Finding the Beauty in the Everyday
2017 has been a really weird year. I've experienced lots of great change and amazing opportunity, but the world at large seems to be spinning out of control with the news bringing one punch after the other; from natural disasters to men behaving badly to a U.S. president acting like a petulant moron. All of … Continue reading The Ultimate Road Trip?
I still have 4 days to go until my marathon three-country trip concludes. There is so much to write about, so many reviews, so many photos but they will have to wait. As I recover from god-knows-what, I am not up to any creative thought. Instead of leaving you without any new post, I thought … Continue reading The Bag To Buy!! Lucas Under Seat Cabin Bag – Perfect for Light Packing!
Breaking news! I am moving. I’ve been in the desert Southwest long enough and it is time to move back east. When I made this decision, in June, I knew I wanted to go back to D.C.. Not for the politics, no - don’t get me started - but because of the vibrancy of the … Continue reading Hotel Review. – The Kimpton Glover Park, Washington, D.C. U.S.A.
Wow! It has been two months since I've posted. That is most unlike me but thanks to you, my faithful readers, there is still traffic and interaction over here. Thank you, thank you, thank you for continuing to 'pop in' during my hiatus. A few of you emailed me to ask where I've been and … Continue reading Is There a Place for Frivolity In a World Gone Mad?
A slight frost in the early morning just makes me enjoy my coffee and croissant all the more. A chill in the night air makes the moon burn a little brighter.
Getting through security, waiting in any number of lines, and racing through various terminals to get to the proper concourse. What's a gal to do?
I am quite sure I am committing a major travesty in the world of coffee but...
Selecting well-loved favorites that are versatile, comfortable, and (dare I type it) fashionable adds to the excitement of trip planning.