I am very excited to share with you an interview with Erik Hemingway from Family Adventure Podcast. Erik and his family went on a 3 year adventure sailing around the world! Isn’t that epic? He now has a show, a website and a E-book. An amazing family. Anyway, here is the show I did with him about a month ago where he asked me about … Continue reading My interview with Erik Hemingway from Family Adventure Podcast.
The boys reminded me today that they had to wear green to school or else they will get pinched by leprechauns (or their mean spirited classmates) because it is St. Patrick’s Day. I stared at them with eyes that expressed: “I’m sorry, didn’t we just take you to Ireland one year ago, where you learned that this is not the case?” Those poor leprechauns, a type … Continue reading “Stone upon stone upon fallen stone”, the wall reads. St. James’s Gate Brewery, now the Guinness Storehouse, welcomed us to Ireland, the Emerald Isle.
Ah! The City of Lights, the City of Love. Paris in the Spring is probably in everybody’s bucket list. I just highly doubt it includes two toddlers but since we are the crazy traveling family, with toddlers we went. We spent almost a month in France in 2005 and to ease the jet lag (we were novices at this…) we rented an apartment in Paris … Continue reading Paris, the City of Lights, the City of Love and also, the city where the ‘3 second rule’ does NOT apply.
Only astronauts have seen with their own eyes how insignificant we are within the vastness of the universe. We, the regular folk, will never see that sight but the same sense of insignificance happens when you see Niagara Falls. How can one not feel small or powerless in the face of such a display of nature? The sheer size of the Horseshoe Falls and amount of … Continue reading While ancient civilizations were flourishing, while Moses was leading Israel out of Egypt, while Jesus was walking the Earth, while Columbus was sailing to America, while man was landing on the moon… Then and now, the majestic Niagara Falls had been roaring with incessable might.
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