Monthly Archives: April 2014

A first time for everything

Today’s lessons learned: It is easier to procrastinate about something than to just do it. Thinking about doing something scary is worse than actually doing it. It is easier to do something scary when someone else asks you to do … Continue reading

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and one flew home

When I wrote the tagline to this website (that’s it up at the top of the screen, to the top right of the photograph of the lake) I was convinced that our empty nest was permanent. As you may recall … Continue reading

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Loss and friendship

  Making frequent moves, particularly between countries, is tough. And while many folk think we live charmed lives in which the women play bridge, drink pink gin and bemoan their staff while the children make friends with monkeys and end … Continue reading

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