Eight weeks in the life of moi...Week 1: Back in the Deadline GrooveBetween things picking up at workand my oh-so-brilliant decision to take on more freelance work,the majority of the past eight weeks have been ruled by deadlines. I did still find a little time for fun, though...Weeks 2-4: Back in the Travel GrooveFirst up… Continue reading I’m back, back in the "normal" groove
...when you're having fun!Do I need to reintroduce myself as I emerge from my dark, dusty corner of the blogosphere? The past two months (I seriously can't believe that much time has come and gone since last I wrote) have been quite the adventure:Mitzvah DayWhat do you get when you help organize 300 members of… Continue reading Time flies…
In addition to Gainesville, I was also in NYC - twice. The first trip was for work (with a bit of fun thrown in), the second for pure theatre-geek fun.me with @stineval, dishing over a glass (or two) of wineenjoying Heather and Mike's company(and hospitality... the lady makes the BEST vegetarian lasagna, for reals)PS. Mike… Continue reading Wordless Wednesday (or Where I’ve been, part two)
I'm baaack... How I've missed you all!The past two weeks have been crazy, but wonderful (well, minus whatever plague I caught that kept me in bed for the past few days). In 10 days, I flew on 8 planes to attend 3 events in 2 cities. First up is my trip (with Hubby) to Gainesville… Continue reading Where I’ve been, part one
Thanks for the memories, Portugal. Until we meet again...
Okay, my photo bug is getting worse. I took 231 pics today. My camera is going to feel so unloved once it gets back to the States.Since today is a 12 of 12, I decided to select only 12 photos to share with you today. I'm a little too tired to scrap them right now,… Continue reading Castles, palaces, and toys (oh my!)
Another day, another 180 pictures.Today we went to Belém to see the National Museum of Coaches and the Jerónimos Monastery. On our way, we saw a Burger King, and I loved its sign "Auto King." This is to advertise its drive-through, which is apparently uncommon in Portugal.Belém is home to the President's Palace. Note the… Continue reading A royal day