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Category Archives: Life in London
When we first moved to London in 2006, we heard of people traveling to the Canaries for a dose of winter sunshine and added the islands as a possible destination for our upcoming travels. As is usually the case, things … Continue reading
Our eldest son, Walker, was born in April 2011–just over 4 years ago. For a year or so, we were able to happily go about our travel adventures in a manner very similar to our usual style pre-kids. But once … Continue reading
I, K, constantly think…’if only we could bottle this time to enjoy later’. This time is intense and without respite, but I am certain one of the most worthwhile and lovely of life. We’re doing our best to savour it…well, … Continue reading
K’s best friend from university, Diana, and her sister Rachel came to London in Late October. While visiting, they played with the boys and got to know them better, made family dinners, went to the pub, shopped (for about 30 … Continue reading
In October, we traveled back to the States to introduce Coleman to K’s extended family. This was our first trip back since November of 2012 and we had a really nice visit. Coleman couldn’t get enough of grandma and grandpa’s … Continue reading
Goodness. It’s been a while?! 2013 has been very kind to us and we’re very thankful for all our many blessings. Many of you will remember that our offer on a house was accepted in January of this year. As … Continue reading
The Hawaii guidebook is 600+ pages. Sleep deprived and jetlagged from a States visit, I set about the task of tackling the pages, fully knowing the exercise would take 1-2 months to complete. But our experience says great holidays don’t … Continue reading