Every year the kids’ school spends the week before Winter Break in a flurry of activities that culminate […]
There are a lot of things a kid can miss out when they’ve only got one parent, but what my kids have missed the most wasn’t someone to play baseball with or someone to teach them how to shave or draw or make music. What my kids really missed out on was that second income.
Instead of being able to buy a car or even a bicycle for my son’s 18th birthday, I finished the quilt I’d started for him back in his younger years.
It started the summer I had pneumonia; the summer I spent poolside, watching the kids play while I laid there wishing I had health insurance. It was a pretty miserable summer, with being so sick and the ensuing lack of income. They turned off our electricity for two weeks while I struggled to sell enough books and clothes to pay the bill. But I had a fabric stash and with his help, my son Stuart and I chose fabric to make him a quilt.
The KL Tower is fourth tallest building in the world and features, much like the Space Needle in […]
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is an incredibly modern city that bustles all day (and probably all night, though we […]
On the morning of the 12th, we flew via Asia Air to Bangkok where we were greeted by […]
Thanks to the kindness of my student Chinh, we were able to hitch a bus down to Ninh […]
After more than nine weeks in Thanh Hoa, we finally returned to the beach that sits only 15 […]
On Saturday afternoon we headed out to Vincom Towers to visit the arcade. You can imagine our disappointment […]