April 28, 2014
April 25, 2014
April 20, 2014
|Memories from Taipei|
I met her in the bathroom of the Grand Hyatt Taipei in Taiwan. I was washing my hands, moving quickly, to get to my 9:00am meeting point by the fountain in the hotel lobby. As I reached for the towel, I noticed her, I was intrigued.
April 14, 2014
I belong to an expat book club in Vietnam. We meet the second Monday of each month in a local cafe to talk about books and expat life. Like other book clubs, we decide in advance, the books we would like to read for the upcoming months. We have a leader who has the daunting task of locating the books. You can find books in English in a few book stores around Saigon and on street corners but the selection is limited.
April 11, 2014
That's when I knew I had him….
We purchased Tahilla Farm in December 2012 (story here) and life at Tahilla Farm began in the consecutive order of trees..stone..home...barn..garden.
April 1, 2014
I was going to write to you today about my recent trip to Taipei where I met the most interesting woman, travelled through time and fell in love with an age old practice...but that will have to wait.
I have this eensy weensy habit of getting so excited about something...that I have to act right away. When someone says to wait, give it a few days, mull it over...it's agony, my brain starts to spasm and my body follows suit. Apply that to blogging and you have a potential train wreck.
I learned long ago that when the blog spirit moves you, it is best to go with it. Trying to stay on topic when your mind is going down another path is like someone telling you not to dance when your body is aching to move to the rhythm of the beat. Ok, enough analogies...I am getting too excited.
Because now is now..and this thought may be gone tomorrow.
I AM READING A WONDERFUL BOOK! There, I said it.