I am in Oslo, Norway, right now and I’ve been doing a little work on the blog. (I just got my Christmas 2018 post up and I’m working on Christmas 2017!) It made me wonder where all I’ve been and where I have yet to go. Just for fun, here are my global and U.S. … More Where in the World?
This year we headed east for Christmas with stops in VT, CT and NYC! First up: Stratton Mountain, VT. We were sooo looking forward to a few days of skiing, but sadly, the weather did not cooperate. Torrential downpours followed by wicked winds and low temps made the first two days a bit of a … More VT – CT – NYC
Last summer I had the chance to go to a conference in Uppsala, Sweden, and decided to make my work trip a girls trip. Our youngest, W, had a very sweet obsession with all things Swedish, so it only seemed right that she get to see Sweden for herself. Her big sister and my … More Sommartid in Sweden
It’s the end of May 2018 and I’m well behind on updating the blog. One of my 2018 resolutions is to get caught up, and needless to say, I haven’t been faring well… That doesn’t mean we haven’t been traveling, through. As a family over the past year, we traveled to Connecticut (a few times), … More A Carolina Wedding and Birthday
A full 15 months and a handful of incredible trips have passed by since my last post, but I’m committed to getting back on track in 2018, and this past weekend provided just the chance. C and I recently celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary and decided to commemorate the occasion with a long weekend in … More Winter Park, CO
The last stop on our trip across Asia and Brazil was Campo Grande, a smallish city in the western Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul. Mato Grosso do Sul borders both Bolivia and Paraguay and is one of Brazil’s agricultural hubs. Much like Nebraska, Mato Grosso do Sul’s main economic drivers are corn, soy … More Mato Grosso do Sul – The Nebraska of Brazil
We now have arrived safely at home and last week’s election has fundamentally changed the nature of both domestic and international politics. If I’m being honest, it has also cast a shadow on how I see the world. Yet, I still want to write about our time in São Paulo and, in another post, Campo … More São Paulo: Arte por arte, arte por política