#MySundayPhoto- Flamingo Land

This girl was on a mission- find her sister, find her cousin, and have fun doing it!  

You’re Doing It Wrong: A Blog Relaunch

You might have noticed I've been MIA for a few months... I've thought about this blog almost daily since my last post but I couldn't quite bring myself to write.  Why, you may ask?  Because I was having an existential crisis.  Every time I sat down to write, something, or someone interrupted.  It went something like … Continue reading You’re Doing It Wrong: A Blog Relaunch

48 Hours in Belgrade

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 … Continue reading 48 Hours in Belgrade

#MySundayPhoto- Snow on Avala Mountain, Belgrade

"It's a chimney!!  That's where Santa goes down!" It's a fountain, but I like the chimney idea a lot better.

My Best and Worst of 2016

As the year winds to an end, reflection and resolution are two words that start to work their way into our vocabulary.  For me, I seem to be at that age where time is absolutely starting to fly by.  For example, I know that Alan Rickman died this year- 2016 was a really horrible year … Continue reading My Best and Worst of 2016

The Travel Curse Strikes Again- A Road Trip from Belgrade to England

My kids are amazing travelers and you will never convince me otherwise.  They once happily played and slept their way through a nine-hour layover in London Heathrow.  They moved from hotel to hotel when not one but two flights were canceled in a trip from Atlanta to Bahrain, resulting in a 48-hour trip instead of … Continue reading The Travel Curse Strikes Again- A Road Trip from Belgrade to England

A visit to Zlatibor, Serbia- Gostilje Waterfall and Stopica Cave

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 … Continue reading A visit to Zlatibor, Serbia- Gostilje Waterfall and Stopica Cave