This week I completed my first semester of french at the L’Institut Francais; one of life’s little lessons in humility wrapped up in the adorable French Embassy on Old Town Square. My favorite part of class was walking to and from the square thru a beautiful… Read More ›
Random thoughts on life as a full-time traveler.
Dinner in Paris with “the most interesting man in the world”
It’s been a long time since dinner with a man evoked butterflies in my stomach. But John G. Morris is the most interesting man in the world. And he lives in Paris, my happy place. Put them together and suddenly two plus two equals so… Read More ›
Reunited: Paris, the most interesting man in the world, and me
Friday, we leave for Paris for five nights. When the most interesting man in the world is free for dinner, you go. Since we met in December, I’ve done my homework. I’ve read his autobiography, bought the February 1948 Ladies Home Journal magazine, and contributed money… Read More ›
What’s next and where to go from here?
My husband frequently says, “I could live here for the rest of my life. I love it here!”. He means it, he really does. He loves Bratislava. But we’ve been married a long time, and I know what he is really… Read More ›
Downsizing: our home and our lives
My husband is back in Colorado for four weeks. He has two big goals (three if you include eating lunch with friends); finish some major renovations in preparation for our house sale and get rid of our stuff. It’s what you do… Read More ›