Sixteen magical days in Italy, included the walled city of Siena, Pisa, Parma, Verona, Venice, and Florence. Click for photos of this breath-taking and surreal country!
Names, Planes, Automobiles, and the Element of Surprise
When I kept a secret from my daughter, it became a balancing act of epic proportions. Could I pull it off? Click for a funny story and surprise engagement!
On Secrets and Personal Domestic Suspense
Everyone keeps secrets. When I traveled to Wisconsin with my daughter and sister, the secret I held caused all kinds of stress. Click for my personal domestic suspense story!
Discovering Horror in Prague
I just returned from a wild European adventure. After visits in London and Vienna, my family took the train to Prague. I had no idea what to expect. To say it was breathtakingly beautiful would be an understatement, but I also found contrasting elements of horror that would make you shiver on a sunny day.... Continue Reading →
Another Wild Wednesday!
It has been a wild travel month. When I first wrote this, I had just returned from Wisconsin and was on my way to New Jersey and New York. What I didn't know was that it was actually Thursday, not Wednesday, so here we are two weeks later! Not wanting to miss anything while I... Continue Reading →
Discovering the Unusual and Serendipity in New York City
I've been to New York City many times, so discovering the unusual along with experiencing loads of serendipity was exciting and fun. During my early visits to New York City, I waited in line for tickets to Phil Donahue and Conan and would slip into the crowd to watch The Today Show. Now I look... Continue Reading →
Breaking the Rules in Park City
Every March, we take a family vacation. We all have Epic Passes so we pick one of their ski resorts. This year, we chose Park City Ski Resort in Utah. Being a new area to explore, I stick to two rules. The first one? Never ski alone in the trees. I've ended up on ledges... Continue Reading →
Afternoon Tea at The Savoy and The Play that Goes Wrong
On our last trip to London, we went to The Savoy for afternoon tea then attended The Play that Goes Wrong. It was a night that could have gone very wrong since I booked everything online. I worried about the location and if tea and finger sandwiches would be enough to sustain us through the... Continue Reading →
Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championship
Breckenridge, Colorado has hosted the International Snow Sculpture Championships since 1990. This year, sixteen teams from around the world chiseled and sculpted huge mounds of snow packed into 20-ton blocks. They had ninety-six hours to complete these magnificent but temporary works of art. No power tools were allowed. I photographed these eye candy sculptures so... Continue Reading →
The Ultimate Guide: 10 Things to do in Breckenridge
It's about time I wrote this ultimate guide of 10 things to do in Breckenridge Colorado. This pretty mountain town is one of my favorite places in Colorado! Skiing and snowboarding are the main attractions for tourists in winter, but there are many other activities to choose from. But first, a little history about Breckenridge:... Continue Reading →