I took a bit of a break from BLOGGING this past fall and winter, but I had a really good excuse! I got a partial
At first blush, the Great Wall of China and the Institution of Marriage don’t seem to have a lot in common. But, I am
In his book, Travels with Charley: In Search of America, John Steinbeck says, “Texas is a state of mind. Texas is an obsession… A Texan
When I first got to Seoul a couple of months ago, I was totally overwhelmed with the thought of….well, everything! But, especially trying to figure
We discovered the best restaurant last night…Spanish tapas. A couple of days ago, we took a stroll back in a little hilly neighborhood a few
Mack and I are hosting our first dinner party for some new friends here next week, and of course, the menu has to be Tex-Mex.
A visit to view the cherry blossoms on Jeju Island turned out to be much more than a look at the flora of the island.
The GRAND ADVENTURE begins. Don’t let those smiling faces fool you. I’ve already cried three times this morning. It will be fun, though…once I get
Thursday, I went on a tour of the DMZ (an interesting story for another day). On that tour were several members of the Los Angeles
I won’t lie. It’s been a rough week. I totally underestimated the emotional impact of leaving my kids and those delicious grand babies. Expatriating has