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.
Happy 2016. It has been way too long. Life happens.
Last year was eventful, in good and bad ways. Let’s see, where to begin…Read More A very late Happy 2016.
Originally posted on 4 Deep Around The World:
If you follow the journey of 4 Deep Around the World, you know I’m a huge advocate of international travel. I constantly promote taking advantage of every opportunity to see the world. World travel is the new “it” thing that’s taking the world by storm. This is evident by…
I don’t blog about stuff like this (except when I did it for myself). But this is a friend of mine, and when I was going through my personal hell in the United Kingdom and back here in the United States, he and his wife went above & beyond to help me. (They even still […]Read More Please help. (Friends edition.)
Gratitude whatever-day.Read More Gratitude whatever-day.
Originally posted on Susie Lindau's Wild Ride:
When life sends you obstacles, start hurdling! First of all words cannot, nor ever will express my deepest gratitude in the support you have given me the last few weeks. The blogging community is amazing and all of you are the absolute best! I can feel your…
…It surprised me because I didn’t think that anyone paid much attention to my Pinterest boards, but it was a pleasant surprise. Since I like Pinterest, and since a little extra blog exposure is also nice, I said “yes” to participating.Read More Pin It Forward UK.
Spinster's NEW #blog post: Happy holidays. #HomeSweetHome #postaweek #expat #expatriate http://t.co/BTFsU7jk — Spinster (@SpinstersC) December 25, 2012 By the time you read this, I’ll be in transit to the United States. I usually book my ticket well in advance but this time, I couldn’t so I thought I wouldn’t get to visit. But for some […]Read More Happy holidays.
I learned about Mary Seacole about 9 months after moving here. She was the Black equivalent of America’s Florence Nightingale.Read More Unsung heroine.