Back in 2011, we visited multiple cities in Germany and on the way, we stopped in Prague. It was only for an hour or so while we were on our way to Germany and half a day on our way back. It was about to rain the first time we were there and the second … Continue reading Two short visits to Prague
The apricot trees have been in bloom since last week. They're still growing and this year, we've had more flowers than ever. We've also had a few nights when the temperatures dipped below zero, so you'll see that some of the petals have been bitten by the cold and have turned a beige color around … Continue reading Apricot blossoms
I lived in South Florida for a number of years. I went to high school and graduate school there. I did a lot of driving up and down A1A over the years, since 1991 onward. During a stay in South Florida in 2010, we were returning home after a visit to Vizcaya, and we thought … Continue reading A drive on A1A
As promised and as has become customary for me every season, here is a gallery of photographs taken in our garden this past autumn. Get a cup of tea and sit down to enjoy them, I've got 293 images for you!
This past summer we visited Geneva, Switzerland, during the Fêtes de Genève. It was a short business trip, if I recall correctly it was about a day and a half, but in-between the business meetings, we snuck in a jaunt or two through the old town. One afternoon we started down by the lake, on … Continue reading A jaunt through Geneva
Some of you know that I've been writing here on my website since 2000, so I've put a lot of words on paper and screen. But I've always wanted to write a book, to put that English major of mine to some good use 🙂. Life intervened and other priorities demanded my time. Good old … Continue reading Two of my books are now published
I promised I'd put together a gallery of photos taken in our garden last summer (that'd be the summer of 2018 for those of you who'll be reading this in future years), and here it is. Get ready to see 347 photos of summertime, taken between June and August of last year. Grab a cup … Continue reading Summer in our garden