The adventure began with almost missing our flight. Seriously. If we had arrived at the airport a mere 15 minutes later we would have missed it. How did this happen?
1 :: Patience Pays Off – I made it back to the Japanese Gardens this past week with Jessica Aiduk and her girls. Much to my delight the gardens are now
I have always loved string instruments particularly the cello. Throughout my childhood/adolescent years I sat patiently at the piano during my lessons and dreamed longingly of playing something with strings.
1 :: Change of Plans – Living an Air Force life is completely unpredictable. Nothing is ever set in stone until its actually happening. That being said, we had some
Today is my husband’s 29th birthday. That’s right folks one year left before the big three-zero. I wanted to dedicate today’s post to you, D. Thank you for being an
1 :: Seasons of the Year – Yep. Definitely still Winter here in Deutschland. D and I were able to get out in the beautiful sunshine that decided to make a
That’s right, folks…. Bluegrass. When I was young, my mother was a huge Andy Griffith fan. Periodically on the show, the Darlings would come to the town of Mayberry and
Oh what a lovely morning it is here in Landstuhl, Germany. The sun is peeking through the clouds and much to my dismay, I spy blue sky! Today’s topic of
Once upon a time, in a country across the ocean from home, I wished for a camera. I dreamed of photographing shy smiles, bright futures, hands held, and lives colliding.