There are no words. So you post a picture of your daughter’s dog.
There are no words. So you post a picture of your daughter’s dog.
I had quite a few photos on my phone and was running out of room. So why not share them here.
This girl loves Snapchat and I have a lot more pictures to prove it. Just don’t have the room here to post them all 🙂
In looking at these photos, I think it’s pretty clear to tell which one likes to have her picture taken.
Hubby, the girls and I will leave soon on our cruise. This will be the 4th for hubby and me, but the 3rd for the girls.
I truly love cruising. I love how relaxed I feel. Each of our cruises has taken us to new destinations and I love going to new places. Each cruise we’ve been on a different ship, even a different size ship. Our next cruise will be no different. We’ll be visiting two new places on a different size ship and I can’t wait.
As much as I love cruising though, hubby and I have been discussing future trips. Do we take another cruise? Do we visit Europe? Do we visit Canada?
We’ve seen most of the U.S.
We’ve visited several different countries in the Caribbean.
We’ve visited Ethiopia in Africa.
When hubby was in the Army, he spent two years in Germany and I believe he visited Austria, but that’s pretty much it.
He’s been to Canada on business. Toronto to be exact and I think he visited another time as a child.
I’ve never been to Canada.
I’ve never been to Europe.
Until fairly recently, neither were on my bucket list of places to travel. As I’ve learned more about these countries though, they have not only made the bucket list, but have quickly moved to the top.
It doesn’t seem like this is a decision that needs to be made in the near future. After all, we are leaving on a cruise soon. However, if you’ve never cruised, you may not be aware that the cruise lines often offer some good deals to those who book their next cruise, while on their current cruise. I am in favor of taking advantage of a good offer.
Hubby has pretty much nixed the idea of a European cruise and after some discussion, I think I agree with him. It is a long way to fly just to go on a cruise. Our time would probably be better spent traveling around Europe and seeing as much as we can.
But what about a cruise to from the U.S. up to Nova Scotia? Get off the ship, stay in Canada for a few days and then fly home? Cruising and a trip to Canada all in one?
This is Naomi’s favorite song. Not sure she could like a better one. What an AWESOME message.
Thanks to everyone who gave me book suggestions. I certainly have a good list going now.
Now that I have my book list started, let’s move from books to . . . TV.
Our house has two living areas – one downstairs and one upstairs. When we moved into the house I
demanded suggested that we not have a television downstairs. I wanted it to be a place to relax and chat without the distraction of a television.
The main TV is in the upstairs living area and as a result, I now watch very little TV. When I do watch TV, it’s on the television in our bedroom from the comfort of my nice warm bed.
I did discover Grace and Frankie, which I LOVE and am anxiously awaiting the next season. However, I don’t really know what shows are on most people’s ‘must watch’ list these days.
Hubby likes “Walking Dead,” but it’s too intense for me. We watched one episode of “This is Us,” which I plan to watch more of, but what else is out there?
What are you favorite TV shows?
I need more reading material ideas.
What is your favorite book(s) of all time?
Is Carmen Sandiego?
It was a show on PBS and is also a series of computer games and books teaching kids geography.
However, this post is not about Carmen Sandiego, but it is about geography, learning more about other countries, and exploring the possibilities.
At the moment, Lili’s favorite subjects are art, history, science and geography. It makes sense as these subjects are intertwined.
Naomi has some interest in these subjects as well and as a child, I had limited interest in any of them. My interest developed in my adult years and these are some of my favorite subjects in our home school program. It’s partially why I was drawn to the “Build Your Library” curriculum.
My family has had the opportunity to do some traveling across the U.S. and I love taking the girls on trips. I want to provide them opportunity to learn outside a classroom setting, including the classroom that is also known as our dining room.
Although the girls haven’t been with us on every trip (after all, they are only 7 & 9) we have visited well over half the states in the U.S. We’ve also had the privilege of visiting a few countries. Guatemala and Ethiopia are near and dear to our hearts, since those countries gave us our beautiful daughters. We’ve been able to travel back to Guatemala a few times since and hope to return to Ethiopia (once things calm down there). Our cruises have taken us to The Bahamas, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, Jamaica, Grand Caymans and Cozumel. Next month the ship will take us to two new countries – Honduras and Belize.
Travel is definitely one of my passions. I enjoy seeing new places, meeting new people, seeing the diverse landscapes, learning the history of the places we visit, and seeing how others live. It’s one of the reasons I have demanded that each of our cruises include stops to places we have not been before.
My interest in learning about and exploring different places around the world is continually growing and changing. On a blog post a few weeks ago I asked the question, “If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would it be?” I received a couple of responses that caused me to check out some places I hadn’t considered visiting before. One I didn’t even know existed. Now I’m looking for participation from my readers once again and have three questions.
I think it’s fascinating to not only know where people have lived, but what draws them to a certain places. Is it the landscape? The culture? The people? Jobs?
Since I’m asking you to answer these questions, the least I can do is answer them too. So here is goes.
What about you? Are you living in your perfect corner of the world? Is there a place you would rather be?
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