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Monday Morning Musings #10 – When You Know to Offer Them… Home

There is much I could muse on this Monday Morning. Our experience in the natural beauty of the mountains, the wonderful visit from family, perhaps the overwhelming task of unpacking our shipment from India. Yet in the midst of, well, life really, we were recently compelled to make a vital decision; a decision which Bruce… Continue reading Monday Morning Musings #10 – When You Know to Offer Them… Home

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Monday Morning Musings # 8 – A room of wonder, a time to recalibrate

Even as I gaze out to the mountains and the wandering clouds, the tall pines and the browsing deer, a feeling of being adrift washes over me. As much as I am thankful to have a beautiful place to come home to, we are undecided where we’ll next be… perhaps, simply home is where we'll… Continue reading Monday Morning Musings # 8 – A room of wonder, a time to recalibrate

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Monday Morning Musing #6 – Two millennials and ‘the year of fulfillment’

I was proud and excited to see them on the brink of this new adventure. Two young millennials, their backpacks over-stuffed with dreams, and what they might need in this year to come. Departing from Den Haag, that long-distance bus trip would deliver them to their new destination. Slovenia, a small country bordered by Italy,… Continue reading Monday Morning Musing #6 – Two millennials and ‘the year of fulfillment’

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Monday Morning Musings #4 – I Can Go Home Now

It’s been two months since our farewell to India and like good vagabonds, we’ve indulged in a series of adventures – Greece, Scotland, England and now a sojourn in The Netherlands. Not knowing where our next posting is to be, we purposefully chose some time in Europe. But now… I want to go home. In… Continue reading Monday Morning Musings #4 – I Can Go Home Now

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Monday Morning Musings #2 – A high-school reunion, international style

They came to Den Haag from Canada, the UK and Norway, their nationalities including Italian, Finnish and Polish. Six high school friends united for a weekend of fun, friendship and reminiscing. Five years ago, almost to the day, these kids reluctantly parted after four years at Stavanger's International School. Perhaps my son Andrew (first on… Continue reading Monday Morning Musings #2 – A high-school reunion, international style