I know, I know! Yesterday I blogged about my phone problem. But today I have an even bigger and more annoying problem: I have cock roaches in my house. (Don’t judge until you have walked a mile … in my house … with the cock roaches.) So I bought some roach bait at my favoriteContinue reading “Roaches”
I have a small problem. It really is small, so small that I probably shouldn’t air it here. Yet, here I am. I recently bought a new phone. Actually, three phones with one base. I bought the three phones with one base at Costco. The box showed a beautiful set of phones in aContinue reading “A Bit of a Problem and Garbage”
We’re back in Taiwan after eight weeks in the U.S. (Can you sense the smile on my face as I type?) Actually, we’ve been back for about two weeks now and I’ve been smiling pretty much the whole time. Have I ever mentioned how much I love living abroad and the interesting cultural experience thatContinue reading “The Massage That Will Go Down in Infamy”
I was saddened and disappointed that the Olympic athletes from Taiwan were not allowed to carry their nation’s flag into the Olympic Stadium in the London Opening Ceremonies this evening. After decades of this kind of treatment, I’m sure that the lovely people of Taiwan are used to this, but I’m not. The OlympicContinue reading “This One’s For You Taiwan”
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Our family of SixAbroad will be heading to Amman, Jordan next summer. I’m sure this next post will provide plenty of fodder for this family of world observers and bloggers. So stay tuned! Bad news: I won’t have to wear an abaya in Jordan so I will unfortunately have to continue shaving my legs. GoodContinue reading “Our Next Adventure”
1. Fourteen year-old boys are an interesting breed. They are on the brink of manhood, but are still very much little boys. They like to think that they are very mature, but they continue to whack each other with whatever they can get their hands on–in much the same way they have been doing sinceContinue reading “A Few Observations”