(This is continued from yesterday’s post.) Okay friends, it’s time to shatter yesterday’s illusion of us being the family who always has it together. Gotta keep the blog real, I […]
Travel is like real life, but condensed. The highs are higher and the lows are lower. One minute you’re skipping along, on top of the world and the next, a stranger […]
A long time ago, the moonlight hit Mechelen’s St. Rumbold’s tower in such a way that made some drunk guy think it was on fire. In his liquored up state […]
Here is the conversation I’ve been dreading. I’ve played it out a million times in my head and now the time has come to start an open dialog about it. […]
We all survived our first international trip with the twins. And let me tell you… Survival. Was. A. Feat.
Yep, it’s official. We are headed out into the world on our first trip with the twins. Since we had the girls, Panama has been on my mind as a […]
I can pack for most places pretty easily. City trips require more style and less visible skin. Beach trips require easy, breezy clothes. I know how to pack for a lot of places but what I don’t know how to pack for is a trip to the Middle East. I may not be headed to the most conservative Muslim country, but I do want to be appropriate even if I could technically get away with not.
It’s been about a year and a half since Andy’s surgery. It feels like a lot more than that. A lot can change in a year. Actually, in the summer of […]
The government wants to know how tall the twins are. Someone get me a ruler! Years ago, on the evening before our first trip to Europe, my friend Jen and […]
I have exactly one recurring dream. The overall gist of the dream is that I’ve procrastinated hard for a science project and instead of facing the music I keep skipping the […]