Some days are just harder than others. Today was such a day. I was feeling homesick all day. Its been over a year since I’ve seen my family and I miss them. I have made peace with the fact that I will be able to travel when it is time, but even so, I stillContinue reading “Life in the time of Corona – Captain’s log: Day 320”
Valentines day. When I was a kid, at school you could order something, a card or a rose or candy, to be delivered anonymously to your crush. I always thought what’s the point of anonymity? I still don’t know. Since then I’ve lived through a few valentines days and there has been some interesting experiences.Continue reading “Life in the time of Corona – Captain’s log: Day 336”
We were in the paper! Rufus had to inspect it himself. Be kind. Stay safe.
It continues to stay cold, but since no new snow is falling its all turning into ice! This is a bit scary when I am out for a walk with Rufus, but it is also quite cool (see what I did there) to see all the ponds and canals frozen over! The Dutch once againContinue reading “Life in the time of Corona – Captain’s log: Day 335”
The snow continued to fall today, making for some pretty impressive scenery. Canals are starting to freeze over, and I saw a couple of birds make a surprise landing on the ice… Rufus is settling in and seems to like stealing socks and slippers. I also bought my first tulips for the new year! IContinue reading “Life in the time of Corona – Captain’s log: Day 329”
I woke up in Narnia today, or at least, it looked like it! For the second time this year, we received snow and this time, a lot! I found it funny, when looking for appropriate shoes in my closet, I found the best option to be my Texas cowboy boots! Be kind. Stay safe!
My name is on the door! It’s been a few years since I sold my first apartment. Since then a lot of water has run into the sea. I have lived in many cities and in different continents. I’ve traveled to some amazing places and done some things I never thought possible (hello surfing!) andContinue reading “Life in the time of Corona – Captain’s log: Day 324”