The American Woods

The American Woods

0 comments

The United States. Now here’s a place I know about! Or… should know about? I don’t know about the rest of y’all, but I find myself more and more often wondering how much I really do know about the US. Who’s engineering this crazy train, anyway?   The Americas, of which we are only one […]

The Scottish Lodge

The Scottish Lodge

0 comments

Scotland has become one of those places for me: a destination I dream of night and day. I want to wander through the heather, seek out fairy pools, explore crumbling castles, and eat fish by the coast. There are several Scottish names in my family tree . . . the added allure of retracing my […]

The French Farmhouse

The French Farmhouse

0 comments

I must say, my connection with France is far more removed than that with England. However, I do have a long-running obsession. I’m not completely sure of where it started, though I suspect it was probably the dose of Franco-Anglo history and French language I got in my classes in the UK, or something I […]

The English Cottage

The English Cottage

0 comments

For about 2 years of my childhood my family lived in the United Kingdom. Not only did we live in the UK, but we lived in one of the most magical counties: Wiltshire. Every day on my way to school I would see giant white limestone horses carved into the sides of hills. We lived […]