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Bali - Indonesia

Pourquoi Tu Gâches Ta Vie?

Happy holidays everyone! I put together this little video as a way to look back at 2012 and to share with you some of our favorite moments of the past year.  We had a terrific year and are thankful for

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Bali - Indonesia

Pourquoi Tu Gâches Ta Vie?

Happy holidays everyone! I put together this little video as a way to look back at 2012 and to share with you some of our favorite moments of the past year.  We had a terrific year and are thankful for

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Toffee Brownies

As most of you know, I’ve been putting our kitchen in Aix through its paces since arrival.  I’ve always loved food and cooking and relish the time I have to play in the kitchen.  I’ve also been toying with the

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Toffee Brownies

As most of you know, I’ve been putting our kitchen in Aix through its paces since arrival.  I’ve always loved food and cooking and relish the time I have to play in the kitchen.  I’ve also been toying with the

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Don’t Cry for Me Cervinia…

Just a quick update since it’s been a while and a lot of you are asking…  We just got back from mid-term vacance.  Yes, another two weeks off at school.  Vive la France! The first week we set off for

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Don’t Cry for Me Cervinia…

Just a quick update since it’s been a while and a lot of you are asking…  We just got back from mid-term vacance.  Yes, another two weeks off at school.  Vive la France! The first week we set off for

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Count on Me

Friends and family – we miss you.  We miss you with the intensity of an August sun and the craziness of a New York winter snow storm.  Leaving our well-established routine and most-loved ones was and remains among the toughest

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Count on Me

Friends and family – we miss you.  We miss you with the intensity of an August sun and the craziness of a New York winter snow storm.  Leaving our well-established routine and most-loved ones was and remains among the toughest

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Amongst the Rice Paddies

On our last night in Indonesia, about 5 weeks after our arrival, I dreamed deeply.  I dreamed of rice.  It was puffy, white.  It fell slowly – like large flakes of dry snow during winter. Ever so softly the rice

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Amongst the Rice Paddies

On our last night in Indonesia, about 5 weeks after our arrival, I dreamed deeply.  I dreamed of rice.  It was puffy, white.  It fell slowly – like large flakes of dry snow during winter. Ever so softly the rice

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Needles

I hate needles. My mom used to have to hold me down.  Along with at least one other nurse.  In 7th grade, a friend of mine with diabetes shared her needle secrets with me.  We were on an orange school

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Needles

I hate needles. My mom used to have to hold me down.  Along with at least one other nurse.  In 7th grade, a friend of mine with diabetes shared her needle secrets with me.  We were on an orange school

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Popcorn

The morning we left Wellington is the morning that Katie left Wellington for St. Lucia (with 3 kids in tow).  Under the age of 6.   By herself, solo-parenting.  4 flights.  36 hours.  Either stupidity or sainthood comes to mind…I’m leaning

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Popcorn

The morning we left Wellington is the morning that Katie left Wellington for St. Lucia (with 3 kids in tow).  Under the age of 6.   By herself, solo-parenting.  4 flights.  36 hours.  Either stupidity or sainthood comes to mind…I’m leaning

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