Freedom of Choice Rooted in My Family Tree

Abortion was a topic in my house this year.  Our U.S. 2016 Presidential election stirred up this conversation along with immigration and freedom of speec and others.  And before I was ready, I found myself in a position of explaining these weighty issues to my 9-year-old daughter and 14-year-old son.  Finding the right wording for … More Freedom of Choice Rooted in My Family Tree

Desire for the Danger Zone

The infection to travel does not discriminate locations.  Just because one of Turkey’s residents assassinated the Russian ambassador yesterday and the country’s close proximity to the Syrian conflict does not take away from Istanbul’s rich history and amazing people and therefore it’s draw as a fabulous travel destination.  In fact, strangely, it kind of makes … More Desire for the Danger Zone