I’ve mentioned before that I don’t really like living in the city. Yes, I’ve learned to truly appreciate the convenience of being able to walk most places, but I will never get used to gazing out our living room windows at the tile facade of another high rise. I miss the green of trees and grass and… Continue reading Tropical Oasis in a Concrete Jungle
Charles and I have some big news to share: At the end of this school year, we are moving back to the U.S.A. We don’t know exactly where we’ll be moving or what we’ll be doing, but we hope to at least be on the east coast near family (potentially in South Carolina near Charles’ folks).
Hello, there! It’s been a while since I’ve written here, so I thought I’d give a little update. U.S. Travels Charles and I went to the U.S. for the summer, and we enjoyed seeing family and friends. We spent most of our time in upstate New York at my parents’ home. During that time, we celebrated my… Continue reading Summer Loving
Yesterday, I posted on Facebook a picture of our home-cooked dinner of southern style sausage gravy and biscuits. Here’s the picture: It generated more comments and likes than I expected because, I mean, who really wants to see pictures of other people’s dinners? We’re so over that.
We live downtown in Taichung, Taiwan in an area that is close to just about everything. The hospital where we get our medications and see our doctors is a walk away. We have a pretty little park around the corner. There are bakeries and tea shops, clothing stores and hair salons, grocery stores and restaurants on… Continue reading Getting to Know the Neighborhood