Monthly Archives: March 2017

Oh My!

No lions and tigers and bears. But there are dragons. No wicked witches of the east and west. But there is the all powerful east wind (I think the tornado came from the west tho) as well as winds for … Continue reading

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Only If You Live Alone

Tired and achy feet from a day of walking. Headache and brainstrain from a day of computering. Tension and back pain from a day of poor posturing. Itches in places you can’t reach from a day of sunning or mosquito … Continue reading

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A Great Idea

In the midst of travel planning, I looked at ways to get from Tallinn to Riga to Vilnius. Yes, you can take a train or bus or rent a car. But someone had a great idea and created a company … Continue reading

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Trivial Pursuits

Yesterday, while enjoying time with K and M, we played a current version of Trivial Pursuit (in french). The game and rules have evolved since I won my first piece of pie and I am no longer a master of … Continue reading

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Castéja Revitalized

There is a huge and beautiful classic building in Bordeaux (right next to where I lived in the 2nd temporary apartment) which is being revitalized into a luxury hotel, shops and restaurants, apartments, a nursery school, and green space. The … Continue reading

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Screen Saver

Just can’t stop thinking about the beauty of the Amalfi Coast! This is my current computer screen wake-up call…sunrise from our balcony in Praiano. (u)   x(o)x

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Faith Restored

Just when I was about to give up on Hollywood in general and the Oscars in particular, I saw Les Figures d l’Ombre, the French title for the movie Hidden Figures. It’s a feel good story based on real events, an … Continue reading

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There’s Got To Be A Way

That’s my motto for both things and tasks that could be computerized/digitized. However, I don’t have the knowledge to make it happen. Which means I am in a dangerous place of experimenting without having my own personal and 24/7 helpdesk! … Continue reading

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Monument Valley

We rode inside our dust covered red stagecoach (Chevy Tahoe) over the Utah border into the Valley of movie star rock formations and unexpected snow cover. Goulding’s Lodge was our temporary home, as it had been for the likes of John … Continue reading

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According to Webster

This is not a word. Gotta love their sense of humor at Milwaukee’s General Mitchell Airport! (u)   x(o)x

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