Life in Laos through the lens of a diplomatic wife raising twin toddlers.
For those of us traveling from place to place in perpetual motion, this in-betweeness – the heavy steps of transition – is a feeling that I get each time we’re … Continue reading
One of the significant singular events in my life was climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. It has been ten years since then but every June I think of it and celebrate my … Continue reading
Five days after being on the main page of Freshly Pressed a normal pace of life here has returned. This is what it looks like to reach so many people … Continue reading
Yes, five weeks left so I might start thinking out loud here more and more and bore you with the logistics of preparing a move overseas. But I’m doing it … Continue reading
We had been bush camping for 10 days heading deeper into western Tanzania on our way to Katavi National Park. After a long bumpy drive through rough roads fighting tsetse … Continue reading
I remember him as if in a movie I saw long ago but can’t remember the plot or the ending. It had something to do with me, that is certain. … Continue reading
This photo was taken on the fourth morning of my trek up Mount Kilimanjaro. I was so amazed by the rapid transition of ecological zones we had already traversed, starting … Continue reading