Tag Archives: Europe

Two views on starting anew

** Note: link to Lady E’s post of my text has been corrected ** It’s been a while since Lady E and I have graced you with our respective views on the tortuous path of recovery from being dumped by … Continue reading

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Communications Overload

When we joke about information overload and how it’s a modern world, I’m not sure everyone appreciates just how pervasive technology has become for communications. For example, this is how I communicate with various relatives and friends (in no particular … Continue reading

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Penpals (1998-1999)

In early 1998, my marriage was on the rocks and we separated. For now, the details aren’t important. It might be a long post for another day. I was consulting around the USA, flying out of Dallas for the whole … Continue reading

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Why Iā€™m A Complete Moron, Reason #472

I was inspired to add this short post after reading this post from Grey Goose today. In fact, I have stolen her title verbatim (sssh!). When I was living in a small mountainous country in middle Europe (I no longer … Continue reading

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Travels and Travails

The vacation is almost over. England has surrendered to me and my ‘weather superpower‘. It has provided good weather everywhere the girls and I have been. Each day has been between 21C and 24C (70F and 75F). I’m in England, … Continue reading

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Moving on to whatever comes next

The Lady E wrote about leaving England to move back to France in this post. I can certainly sympathise with the mixed emotions that come from locking up a house to move on to something very different without any certainty … Continue reading

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