Moment to moment there is a change in the air. For a brief minute upon waking I have forgotten that we aren’t supposed to go anywhere nonessential. Individuals who care for the sick and dying are now embattled heroes putting themselves and potentially their own families in the path of the pandemic. The inability to… Continue reading Living in the World with COVID-19
I am now a married woman, on the eve of turning 35 and officially a MARATHONER as of one week ago. I remember a lot of people telling me how amazing it was going to be to say those words, I am a marathon runner. In actuality, the build-up and fear of failing (i.e. a… Continue reading THE Marathon – NYC or Bust
Patrick and I were happily engaged in April earlier this year and in our bliss quickly decided that we didn’t want a long engagement. Both of us are in our mid-30s and have been together for a couple of years. Patrick had taken on a brand new career as a fitness coach and us being… Continue reading The Self-Uniting Marriage – how, what, why?
I have really had to learn how to ask for help over the last two weeks. That realization that I cannot do it on my own creates a physical reaction, almost like itchy skin after rolling around in the grass for too long as a kid. Or an adult. Whatever. The point is that I… Continue reading How many things can I add to my to-do list?
MARKER : something (such as a sign or an object) that shows the location of something : something that shows the presence or existence of something : a type of pen that makes wide lines Thanks for stopping by! I have had this vision of constructing something meaningful/helpful to two different audiences: The junior to… Continue reading The Formal Hello
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4 more days till the big move! I have included some pics of the place pre-move-in…it’s definitely tiny but so cute! Should be interesting to see the result of the rooms with furniture included! In addition to our big move there has been lots of activity in the last few weeks. I am still adjusting… Continue reading November Happenings!
This blog post took me a while to write, not because I was strapped for time but rather because I was just purely exhausted. I didn’t feel the extreme fatigue of jet lag this time around; it only took me about a day to be OK again. I had rescheduled my flight to ensure that… Continue reading An expat no longer…
As Regina Spektor sings in her new song “All the rowboats” – they all are ready to sail away. My time in London is slowly coming to a close but I am still embracing all of the opportunities possible. I have a strong interest in ticking off the items on my bucket list; and so… Continue reading All the rowboats…
So a lot has happened in the last couple of weeks! One big item is my relocation back to the US! It’s a bittersweet move for me because I have really grown to love and care about the people and places here. London does feel like home away from home now – I no longer… Continue reading Big changes.