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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Texas is known for being big and bold with a background of ranchers, astronauts and Presidents. The Lone Star State has a bold history mixed between the Native peoples, the European settlers and pieces of French, Spanish and Mexican colonization. Of all the states I’ve stepped foot in I was never yearning to go to Texas, it’s my […]

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This month has involved a lot of traveling, particularly in the last week. After three days in Arizona I spent the next three-and-a half-days in Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. I was ironically on my way to Albuquerque, New Mexico when I heard about the tragic happenings in Boston which of course made me stop […]

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We’re all friends here aren’t we? Friends are honest with each other. I need to admit I love Los Angeles. The traffic is terrifying to drive in sure, but you get used to it. The people I have there are like family to me and seeing them every so often just never seems enough. And […]

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I’m back in America, the country I adore. Yes, people struggle to understand me more often then I can count on fingers and toes, but the sun shining and seeing old friends and new ones, a surprise friend who wasn’t meant to be in town and a few adventures makes Monday feels like it’s too […]

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Welcome to April, I know, like you I don’t feel ready for this month yet either. I wish I could just say right now ‘please just come back a little later when it better suits.’ March is done. Writing those words feel a little odd. You see when I said it was my last month […]

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