Celebrating twenty one years of beautiful memories with my baby girl today…. you CANNOT be twenty one!?!?
Everything we dreamed it would be… the land of fire and ice, volcanoes, geysers and glaciers. With daylight that stretches into the night, the road trippin is limited only to the imagination. Hopping out of the car and jumping into … Continue reading
It was wonderful to be reunited with Carissa after the longest separation since her birth. To have our reunion take place in Switzerland, where she has been studying abroad for the past year, added to the layers of beauty. With … Continue reading
Istanbul is one of the most fascinating cities in the world and is the only city to occupy land in two continents, divided by the Bosphorous which connects the sea of Maraymar to the south and the Black Sea to … Continue reading
While working in Zambia with Every Orphans Hope, we visited Chaminuka and had the opportunity to get up close with two Cheetah’s and photograph them. It was an unbelievable experience. The power and grace of these animals is beyond belief.
Carissa and I have a history of needing parental supervision when we get together. Let’s just say that her zest for exploring keeps me young and I love it. Last week Carissa returned from her first year at college and … Continue reading
I’ll be honest, LA and myself have never really been friends. I’ve tried, I really have, and I like to think I can become friends with any city but try as I might, it is at best a love hate … Continue reading
Our morning ritual at Pigeon Point Lighthouse is to step out back of our cottage and embrace the warmth of a cup of coffee while becoming one with the sights, smells and sounds of the ocean. This morning, Carissa and I were fortunate … Continue reading
Trading in our scooter for a rental car, we departed San Francisco and headed south. The 1 1/2 hour ride from San Francisco allows ample time to settle into a different rhythm. This change of pace from San Francisco is what … Continue reading
The San Francisco I have frequently overheard being discussed by tourists, bears little resemblance to the San Francisco that I know and love. It’s been years since I have ventured into the touristy throng at Pier 39, Fishermans Wharf or wait in long … Continue reading