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I was ostensibly looking for tonic water (my roommate brought gin, which is why I love her…) and I found it at the United Dairy Farmers.
But I became so carried away with the warm, fragrant evening and rode in silly circles with my headlight flashing and a dopey grin on my face. Continue reading
October will mark an extended period of HOME TIME, and October will be pattern writing month. My current mental preparation before the onset of “Worksheet Wonderland” are like those initial folds in an origami project. (And it allows me to rationalize the time I’ve spent playing sudoku.) Continue reading
I’m an almost 50-year-old, overweight Minnesotan. If I can handle the hills on a bike in Rome, there’s a good chance that many other folks can, too! A bike is a great way to get the ‘lay of the land’ – to get a sense of the scale and layout of a city – and the €10 I spent on the bike rental that Friday was some of the best money I spent! Continue reading
Each large city has it’s own flavor. To me, NY feels brusque, LA feels self absorbed, London feels a bit patronizing and Dublin feels like an inefficient-but-controling nanny constantly telling visitors that they’re being naughty. Continue reading