After teaching children in Rusinga Island, Kenya the meaning of love, a call came to return to the woman who taught me what love is. I was able to make it back to the US in time for a final few hugs with my greatest inspiration before returning to Africa with a new guardian angel. Continue reading Stay in Africa Until You Reach Home
There’s no way to encapsulate what two weeks at ‘home’ makes a girl feel. But here I did my best. Basically, I felt loved, supported, and only a little crazy. Here it goes:
A Letter to Home….
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That day, what wonderful situations saying “Si” led to – dancing, eating, and boating on the Adriatic sea. I headed out of town that day en route to Pisa on a moped, with a helmet, my backpack, and a new story to tell… (Click to read) Continue reading Dining and Dancing on the Italian Riviera
If it’s not on your Bucket List yet, put it there now. Albuquerque’s International Balloon Fiesta is situated at the border of mountains and desert and is a combination of color, early mornings, late nights, and ballooning games you never knew possible. It is what dreams are made of. Continue reading A Weekend at Albuquerque’s International Balloon Fiesta
Revitalized, rejoiced, rejuvenated… maybe even reinvented… time with family left each bit of me saturated with love and happiness, and a strength to meet each road that lies ahead. Continue reading Family, Fun, and Fourth of July – Back in the U-S-A!
…For many, it’s the main reason to visit Pamplona. For others, its the reason to stay home and watch on the tube. Continue reading Running of the Bulls – San Fermin 2015
It was the Lebanese who pulled me in, proudly supporting their country through thick and thin. Dreaming to one day be back in their home country with the lives and loves they know, many have left in recent years, yet many … Continue reading My Lebanon, My Love
We’re on our way from Grenoble to Paris after two remarkable days spent with friends and surrounded by bicis. Yesterday and today marked Le Tour de France’s 40th appearance in Grenoble. Leading up to this weekend, there was a brilliant buzz … Continue reading Velo Love
July 14, France’s day of celebration: Bastille Day. In honor of France’s big day, we decided to begin the celebration with the only true French breakfast we could think of: Crepes. We cooked up crepes with eggs. Crepes with jams. Crepes … Continue reading Bastille Day
After barely 36 hours in Europe, there’s a few things that have become clear… Continue reading Le début