Today I am feeling so incredibly sad. Do any of you out there in virtual land have the feeling that we are being pitted against each other as if we are hapless pawns in some sick game of fear inducing political chess? Perhaps I am gullible, or just a teensy bit naïve to believe we […]
I woke up yesterday morning to the plaintive cries of my adult daughter who had discovered she was unable to put any weight on her right foot. Here is a woman with more stamina and energy than a ten year old…I’d say five but clearly her son does tire her (and me much readily) out. […]
My hotel in London, The Dorset Square is pretty cool. The decor is tres chic, the location is perfect for seeing the sights, the bed is so comfy – the kind that makes me wish to stay there all day. The room however is so tiny it would be impossible for two people to move […]
Snow falling in Bad Sulzberg- yes its a parking lot but there ARE trees around!!
Yes, I slept last night and again after breakfast. Tough life, eh? I suppose I could feel guilty but at my age, why? Besides I have learned some deep lessons on my journey about how and when to help others. After many years of serving trauma survivors and putting others first, I am now having […]
Life can be short. Eat dessert first. Chocolate cream, passion fruit sorbet, chocolate death, lemon sponge, chocolate slippery slide, praline cracker. Off the charts.
We arrived in Bad Sulzburg in the afternoon at the Wald Hotel, after a semi caravan ride from the Alps to Black Forest. The town of Sulzberg is typical of the area with narrow winding streets, those quaint houses with shutters and the feeling people might pop out of a doorway to yodel at any […]
Swiss calves who are great kissers!
A late morning romp with the pups up to what I was told is a view of Lake Constance and the mountains. Unfortunately the fog has not yet burned off so I can only take the words as truth from my friend. Instead i have seen and bestowed dairy calves forehead pats and smooches and […]