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Reflecting and Reminiscing: 2021

Reflecting and Reminiscing: 2021

2021 started pretty quiet. Repetitive days were dreary with my own company. Then, I got vaccinated and life became fast. Trop vite ! Anxiety. Insomnia. Mania… Scattered. Chaotic. Restless! 2021. Aging has been my nemesis. Walk. Yoga. Walk. Yoga. Walk. Yoga. Breathe! I did some sewing, embroidery, junk journaling, and crafting. I continued learning French.…

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Dvigrad Ruins, Croatia

Dvigrad Ruins, Croatia

Strewn across the Istrian Peninsula, Roman ruins are plentiful. Truly, it was thrilling for me to get to explore some of them. I tried to pay attention to every detail, but they were endless. I was full of awe everywhere we went in Croatia. June 24th 2019 – We began in Pula and drove to…

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5 Days in Colorado

5 Days in Colorado

On Valentine’s Day 2020, I bought my husband and I tickets for Wardruna in Brooklyn, September 2020. (Today) February 21st, Wardruna released their first song from their upcoming album, scheduled to be released June 5th, 2020. Wardruna. Listening to their new song made me wonder why I never finished sharing my Colorado adventures from October…

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Reflection and Reminiscing: 2019

Reflection and Reminiscing: 2019

2019 was full of amazing adventures! Honestly, I always want to share everything I learn after discovering new places, but this year was so busy it was difficult for me to keep up. Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Croatia, Italy, Canada. A couple layovers in London, and a drive through Slovenia. Massachusetts, Maine, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Colorado.…

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Montreal Adventures

Montreal Adventures

Quebec, Canada Twenty years ago, I never would have imagined myself learning French! I began learning French towards the end of September (2018), hoping to gain a better understanding before heading father north in Quebec than Montreal. You can visit Montreal without previous knowledge of French because the city is famously bilingual, speaking both French and…

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Historic Congress Park

Historic Congress Park

The mineral springs are by far my favorite thing about Historic Congress Park, but there are many other features in the park worth seeing if you’re in Saratoga Springs, New York. The park is situated in the center of downtown, between the Saratoga Race Course and Broadway, so it’s fairly easy to just happen upon…

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Iceland Waterfalls

Iceland Waterfalls

I still can’t make up my mind which waterfall in Iceland was my favorite. Each was uniquely fantastic, but I did notice something in common about the 3 waterfalls I was able to see. They were all broad! Faxi “Faxi is a small but broad waterfall along the Tungufljót in an area of broad, flat…

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Tallinn’s Medieval Towers, Oh My…

Tallinn’s Medieval Towers, Oh My…

Contagious, enthusiastic hope for the future with an undeniable melancholy, persisting from the past. Old Town, Tallinn The most enchanting town, I never knew, I wanted to see so badly! I wish I’d had more time. Time is a funny thing. It was almost as if we couldn’t run out of time, an illusion brought…

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