Sunday Lunch

The French have a tradition of gathering together on Sundays to enjoy a long, leisurely lunch with family and friends. I first read about this tradition in a book by Susan Hermann Loomis called In a French Kitchen. Since my husband and I love food, cooking and France, we adopted this custom for our weekends.... Continue Reading →

Macro Photography

I learned a few things this past weekend about macro photography from my niece, Terri, who is a professional, and an absolutely amazing photographer. Check out her site here. Once the weather improves, I hope to get outside and practice some of the tips she shared with me. In the meantime, I'll share a few... Continue Reading →

A Milestone Birthday

I celebrated a milestone birthday last week. It's hard to believe that I have reached this age; where did the time go? I don't feel old, in fact, sometimes I feel like a kid who doesn't know what to do when I grow up! I have grey hair, wrinkles, arthritis, aches and pains, but I... Continue Reading →

Cross Country Skiing at Mt. Bachelor

Planning on playing in the snow this winter? Consider Mt. Bachelor in Central Oregon. This is a beautiful location that offers skiing, snow boarding, dog sledding, snowshoeing, and 56 km of cross country trails. Located about 30 minutes from Sunriver, and about an hour from Bend, this resort is a perfect get away for couples... Continue Reading →

More on Seoul, South Korea

Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, is home to 10 million people and in 2015 was rated Asia's most livable city. It is an interesting mix of old and new with modern skyscrapers built around ancient Hanok villages, Buddhist temples and shrines. My husband and I visited in November, and although Seoul was never... Continue Reading →

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