September Trips and an Update

It has been a minute since I've written here, mostly do to a cold that has taken it's time going away and I'm still coughing but here we are in the middle of October with Samhain (Halloween) and the darker part of the year approaching.  I do love Autumn. In September we did a bit … Continue reading September Trips and an Update

August Heat and The Return

I am hunkered down mostly in August.  It's just hot!  I don't like hot. In our little town they are celebrating the Assumption of Mary and Ferragosto (Summer holiday) with fireworks last night and a parade with Mary altar carried to the church, outdoor concerts tonight and tomorrow as well as street fair booths with … Continue reading August Heat and The Return

A Lovely Sunday

We haven't been on a tour through the base services in quite a while so when we saw a tour for a honey farm and wine tasting in the Avellino Province, where it's nice and cool, we jumped on it and are so glad we did. The honey farm was really a chestnut tree farm … Continue reading A Lovely Sunday

Liverpool and North Wales

I really wanted to see a different part of the UK, up to this point I'd basically seen Scotland and London.  The decision of where to go was easy because I have a few contacts in North Wales, some people I haven't met in person but was very actively gaming with nearly 10 years ago … Continue reading Liverpool and North Wales

A Love Letter To My Husband

What a special time of year this is for us.  A couple of weeks ago marked the anniversary of the day we met in 2003.  Yesterday, the anniversary of our wedding 2012.  Today the anniversary of your entering this world 1972. Cale, I am so incredibly thankful and can’t accurately express what you have gifted … Continue reading A Love Letter To My Husband

Winter Solstice and Christmas Markets

We do love a good Christmas Market area and Europe does not disappoint.  This year we are doing two, Munich and Edinburgh. Munich was last weekend, I took some photos up until the Grog (basically rum and hot water), then the photos kind of stopped and the giggling and stumbling began.  So, below are the … Continue reading Winter Solstice and Christmas Markets