On the last leg of our full-day tour, we landed in Bath and ran around the town in a light spring rain.
This sort of post is new for me, but there’s been so much happening that it almost doesn’t feel right to stay silent.
It’s been a while, but we’re finally settling back down into our hometown.
Last time we were discussing Düsseldorf, I know, but there are so many things I could write about that I’m really going to be bouncing around for a while now.
Apparently I had posts buried away for the new year. Want to hear about Düsseldorf?
This is quite possibly the last year of this blog, unless something changes.
Consistently blogging is difficult, especially in these new circumstances.
I am a student, in the broadest sense of the term; that is, I am constantly looking for opportunities to learn, reflect, and grow in the many things that I do (e.g. professionally as a teacher, deliciously as a cook, husbandly as a husband). However, I’m quite sure the kind of student that I am isn’t…
Ah, Windsor Castle, in the county of Berkshire. We never saw you.
Later that night, we met up with some Vancouver friends to check out a food market by the river.