Vacationing in Historic Romania | International Bellhop. I notice the pictures on this link are extended exposure, do you see the slightly blurred images? Not what I meant to talk about though, I meant to say to open your mind … Continue reading
Reader of the Month | Project Light to Life. It’s always a good exercise to lift your head up and look around. It won’t help your golf game, but will give you perspective on your life. Read the link above … Continue reading
Greek Pizza with Feta, Spinach and Olives – Inquiring Chef. I really like this kind of blogger, even though it can make me hungry, it also inspires me! The natural writing style, the friendly voice of the author, the excellent … Continue reading
One of my favorite blog posts (you can find it in that category) has to be the list of the Five Regrets Most Given by people at the end of their lives. This Regret ” That they wish they had … Continue reading
Cauliflower, Sultana & Almond Salad with Turmeric Dressing. I love the photographs on this post, the food looks delicious. In the past I have cooked the meat and left the salads to my wife. Recently I started to move towards … Continue reading
The Picnic at Ag. Igionnais – Samos. You’ll love the story, you’ll love the photographs, and you might book a flight to Greece. “ We left our food under a vine-covered terrace and wandered into a small orchard containing peach, … Continue reading
I have always thought it was rather pretentious, and almost insulting like someone who says to you” that’s nice, but I like to treat myself first class” [?? – and I don’t?] What are they saying? Is it an implication … Continue reading
I couldn’t wait for “hump day” so I played hookey this afternoon instead. A day in the sunshine is never wasted!
Six important lessons learned from yoga, applied to life.
Originally posted on Outlook in Life:
This was the 2nd morning in Cappadocia. We left early in the morning. A shot in the morning. Birds flying around on the tree. We went to the near mountain side of Cappadocia to…