Sometimes, people think that if you have seen the world, you might not have any interest in your own country. This is so not true! I love to travel in […]
A few months ago I wrote about Huckle, our not overly bright, directionally challenged, accident-prone, Czech barn cat. I started that post as a sort of epitaph, as he had […]
About a year and half into our Guatemalan tour, our daughter was born. And, like many Foreign Service babies, she was an instant rock star. Unsurprisingly, two very white, blonde […]
So, last Friday I flew to California to help my daughter get settled into her graduate dorm. The day after that, my son flew to England to start his first […]
Once upon a time there was a Boy. His parents thought he might never grow up. But, one day, he decided he was ready to become a Young Man. He […]
Following up on Educating Square Pegs in the Foreign Service: quotes from the online community and ideas for improving the situation.
Been there and done that: on finding the right school at post when your kid is a little different!
Have (nearly) empty nest, will travel.
If you are thinking of moving to Vienna (or possibly even traveling here, depending on how sensitive you are to these things) there is something you should know. The Viennese […]
The last full day of our trip, we drove to Pisa for the day. It is kind of a tourist trap, honestly, but like most of these towns in Italy, […]