Last month, I visited England for a wedding. I was there less than a week. Because of the nature in which I left England 4 years ago, I wasn’t sure what feelings would come up for me. England was my 2nd home. I’d begun building some semblance of a life there – building my career, […]Read More Jolly good time – (2nd) home sweet home.
My trip is over. I had a wonderful time overall, and I hope to return to Chilé – and that other country that will remain a surprise – again in the (near or far) future. There’s so much to explore, and the landscapes are otherworldly and absolutely breathtaking. Unfortunately, there was 1 major blip during […]Read More Photo/Post delay.
Who forces time is pushed back by time; who yields to time finds time on his side. –The Talmud (NOTE: this is a long one, with a bit of cursing, disclosure, no punches pulled, and vulnerability. Don’t like any of that? Don’t bother reading any further.) NEW #MustRead #blog post: Then and now. #postaweek #expatriate […]Read More Then and now.
Today 08.26.2014: I’m feeling: exhausted. Drained. Tired. Sleepy. I’m listening to: mostly silence. I’m thinking about/wondering why: traveling. Going on a real vacation. Sleeping. Anything other than paperwork. This month being over. I’m reading: not much now, but already looking at Kindle prices & models to decide which one to get. That’ll hopefully happen by the […]Read More Gratitude? (Not much for August.)
…I’ll start off with the things I hate about the country. My next post will list the things that I miss about the country.Read More Thin line between love & hate (Part 1).
This link resonated with me so much that I decided to post it on my blog.Read More 13 portraits of homeless people.
In the words of the Prophet, “It is finished.”Read More Staying put.
Originally posted on D'NALI:
the three thousand plus lives lost, the feeling of uncertainty while in the smoky subway station directly under the first tower after it was hit, not knowing my own danger, the terror of standing in the street and watching the first tower crumble, knowing that life had been changed in…
Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
The reality is (I promised myself I wouldn’t use the phrase “In this economy”) a lot of people have to relocate in order to achieve their desired career/lifestyle/lack-of-total-poverty. This is as frightening as it is exciting. Yes, a change of scenery can be refreshing and can totally alter one’s perspective…
NEW SC #blog post >> Weekly Photo Challenge: Change. #postaweek #postaday #expat #expatriate http://t.co/B8MFh7M70d — Spinster (@SpinstersC) April 29, 2013 (This is the 04.12.2013 challenge. Whatever… better late than never.) For more about how the Weekly Photo Challenge started, take a look at this link. For more about this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge, click here. AdvertisementsRead More Weekly Photo Challenge: Change.