california, Dog, dogs, Family, outdoors, Pets, Uncategorized

At the Dog Park

My Owen, like many doggies, loves adventure. From the beach to the mountains- even to the vet- he’s always ready to scamper into the car and head out with his favorite family. But the mountains and beach take a little bit more time and planning, and the boy can't be at the vet every day,… Continue reading At the Dog Park

Beaches, california, Camping, Dog, Hiking, outdoors, Travel, Uncategorized, Vacation, writing

Leo Carrillo Dog Beach

Owen enjoys the surf and sand at Leo Carrillo Leo Carrillo State Park, named after the actor and conservationist from the 1950s, is a fun place for all sorts of nature lovers. The state park is located off Highway 1 in Malibu and features hiking and camping. For those who are more sea-loving, there are… Continue reading Leo Carrillo Dog Beach

Europe and the United Kingdom, Family, Historical sites, Museums, outdoors, parenting, Style, Travel, Uncategorized, Vacation, writing

The Many Green Spaces of Prague

An evening walk after gelato with a view of Prague Castle One of the many things that I enjoyed in my brief visit to the medieval city of Prague was how much greenery there was around the city. With all of its history and architecture as well as modern conveniences, there was also much space… Continue reading The Many Green Spaces of Prague

Europe and the United Kingdom, Food, Historical sites, history, parenting, Travel, Uncategorized, wine, wine and drink, writing

Praha

The Czech Senate building I am currently writing from an AirBnB in Vinohrady, in the middle of Prague 2. At long last, and at the same time, all too quickly, I am in the Czech Republic, on a mission to drop my daughter off to begin her university studies at the end of this month.… Continue reading Praha

Family, Kids, parenting, School, Uncategorized, writing

The Class of 2021

Don't blink, I told myself not long ago. Because all too quickly, the kiddos are growing up. In a scenario that I could not have foreseen as I sent the kids to elementary school over a decade ago, my two eldest children both graduated high school in the midst of the Covid19 pandemic. Jacob graduated… Continue reading The Class of 2021