“We’ve triggered the evacuation from Kyiv,” he said, entering the kitchen, “I’m going to Lviv, you’re leaving the country—no arguments!” My husband told me to finish packing my ‘go’ bag – we had packed two small carry-on suitcases a few weeks earlier ‘just in case’. “I’ve got work to do.” He gave me a kiss. And with that, he headed to his home office to get online.
(Thanks to author Stephen Liddell who wrote this wonderful summary of an interview with Dr. William Seale.) by Stephen Liddell In a recent interview Dr William Seale, author and historian, said that Scots in particular were sought out for the project given their expertise in stone masonry […]
My other blog, Kiss and Thrill, and I are actively involved in trying to raise money for diabetes this month — a few of you may have seen this post elsewhere, but it is so important, I hope you don’t mind me reposting it here. Lena Diaz’s story […]
Diana: I discovered Veronica Hughes’ blog, completely by accident and was immediately hooked. Not only is she a fantastic writer, she lets us peek into a part of the world normally closed to outsiders. Her posts are usually humorous, but one day she posted an angst-filled story about how […]