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on the job: mission accomplished

There’s a lot of catching up to do regarding this blog of mine.  But rather than not post because I need to write a long-detailed and

in the community: the quest

Our time is nearing an end in Romania.  We’re trying to finish up projects. We’re traveling a lot – to say goodbyes and to work.  We’re

on the job; in the kitchen: Clatite: Made in the USA

While cleaning out our fridge during the pre-Easter Romanian cleaning frenzy, we found a huge bottle of pancake syrup that we had brought back from the

on the job: branding

Here in Romania, David and I spend a lot of time together. A LOT. More than we ever have. And while being joined at the hip

I’m an outgoing gal for the most part.  There are stories of me chatting up gang members and homeless guys on the T in Boston.  Or

Back in November, our friend Mari-An, a Filipino exchange student studying in Sibiu, came down for a quick visit.  We, of course, headed to Horezu for

As a Moldovanca (a Romanian from the Moldavian region), when it comes to historical Romanians, I’m partial to Stefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great) who built

In case you haven’t heard, Eastern Europe is getting snow DUMPED on us this winter.  Here in Ramnicu Valcea, people told us, “Ah, we’re in a

In a few days, we’ll be heading home to the USA.  It is the first time we’ve been home since May 2009.  And I find myself

My education and experience is as a therapist — mostly a music and arts therapist.  I’ve been battling my identity as a music therapist.  I love

words to live by. . .

"Let us, then, be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate;
Still achieving, still pursuing,
Learn to labor and to wait."
from "A Psalm of Life"
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

breaking it down. . .

past ramblings. . .