Peace – Just For a Change

Peace – Just For a Change

Borzya by | Oct 9, 2015 | Advil, Asperger's, autism, college grads, entry level jobs, Greece, gun control, John Lennon, migrants, moving, neurotypical, peace, shootings, Syria, U Haul, Umpqua community college, war, Yoko Ono

   Tired of the tedious, depressing headlines in the news? Every day I read about more human misery: the war in Syria…human traffickers preying on migrants desperate to escape endless violence… the entire country of Greece drowning in debt, and all the individuals...

Ottoman Odyssey–Part 2

http://clublaptop.co.uk/dxyylc/md5.asp by | Sep 13, 2013 | Acropolis, agoraphobia, Corinth, Ephesus, Epidaurus, family travel, flight delays, Greece, Izmir, Mykonos, neo-Nazis, politics, smoothies, tour guides, Turkey, Turkish rugs, vacation diets, vacations, Virgin Mary

     Our flight from Istanbul to Izmir was delayed an hour.  No big deal except we’d be an hour late  to meet our guide—if she waited—to drive us to Ephesus.  The bigger challenge was finding a place where and when Sarah could mix protein powder and water into a...

Ottoman Odyssey—Part One

by | Sep 6, 2013 | airport security, autism, fake designer goods, family travel, Greece, Hermes, jewelry, leather, Muslim culture, Prada, Turkey, Turkish rugs, vacation diets, Vuitton

     Two weeks ago my family set off to vacation in Turkey and Greece. We said goodbye to cyberspace and hello to sightseeing mini-marathons, interrupted by glorious relaxation at the beach.  For me and my daughter, Sarah, there was no cell phone service, no laptop,...

Vacation Prep

     It’s very exciting to be going on vacation with my family to Turkey and Greece for two weeks.  My husband, Henry, meticulously planned all the sightseeing, restaurants and travel arrangements with the same enthusiasm and attention to detail that he gives to...

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