Let me tell you a story about a beautiful lady. It was a hot and humid Thursday afternoon. The Rugby Star and I were already over- and underwhelmed with our new school in Bahrain and we were itching for a little liquid relief from the heat and the madness. The nanny said she would gladly … More A Tribute to My Friend
When I left for the Dominican Republic, way back in 2002, everyone I knew (no word of a lie) said, ‘I’m coming to visit you!’ My parents, my sister, and my aunt came- all at the same time, so it was technically like having one visitor. No one else showed up. When I moved to … More 48 Hours in Belgrade
Last week was a bit of a blur. Monday and Tuesday, we had our first set of Parent-Teacher Conferences. For the past four years, I worked in a school that held Student-Led Conferences. Student-Led Conferences are just what they sound like- student led. My homeroom students would sign up for a 30-minute block of time … More A visit to Zlatibor, Serbia- Gostilje Waterfall and Stopica Cave
Last weekend we traveled about an hour and a bit northeast of Belgrade to Sremski Karlovci to attend the last days of the city’s wine festival. When we first received the invite, I thought, ‘hmm, I wonder if we can find a babysitter?’ I didn’t have to wonder long because almost in the next sentence … More A little wine in Sremski Karlovci- Serbia
We went to the wine festival in Sremski Karlovci this weekend. My brave girl walked right up to the python and asked to pet it. And she has now decided that, in addition to the 100 cats she wants to own, she would also like a pet snake.
My little Batgirl eyes a stick of candy floss that is as big as she is! Don’t worry- she didn’t eat it all herself. She had some friends to help her out!
So… we had a lot of drama on our last day in the desert. I’m not going to go into it yet, as I have a lot of bad words that I still want to say about the whole situation and the time is not quite right. I’m so angry and hurt by the issues … More Out of the Desert (The Last 25 Days in Bahrain)