Monthly Archives: September 2008

Dublin Days

Dublin Days

Three days isn’t enough time to fully explore any big city, and Dublin is no exception. But since it’s an expensive place, and we were eager to get to France, that’s how long we gave ourselves there. We skipped some of the main tourist spots, such as the Guinness brewery (because neither of us likes… Read More

Back to the Middle Ages

Back to the Middle Ages

On Aug. 26, we landed in France, the final stop on this year’s European tour. France is a big place (one of the largest countries in Europe) and we can’t possibly see it all, so we decided to focus on the country’s mid-section. We plan to spend a couple of weeks in the Burgundy area,… Read More

Struggling To Find Our Voice

Struggling To Find Our Voice

Lately, we’ve been feeling a bit like parents: when your first child is born, you’re so awestruck that you take thousands of photographs the first year, then fewer in each succeeding year. By the time the second or third child arrives, it barely gets a mention in the photo albums. These days, we can’t seem… Read More