We took our kids from Toronto, Canada to Switzerland on vacation. This is our adventure.
This is a multi-part series.
- Vacation memories: travel day – part 1
- Vacation memories: travel day – part 2
- Vacation memories: from flight attendant to passenger 20 years later
After a relatively short (sleepless) Trans-Atlantic flight to Zurich (about 6 hours), we arrived early in the morning at around 8 am local time.
Our body clock was still on Toronto time though, it was 2 am for us. 🙂 But everyone was awake and in a good mood, and the airport was not busy at that time, so off we went through passport control and baggage claim.
Continue reading 4. Vacation memories: arrival in Zurich
I spend half of baseball season tethered to my phone or some other device where teamsnap is loaded into.
This year’s baseball season has been a particularly wet one so I have spent more, not less time, keeping an eye on that app.
I’m not feeling it this year. I’m mostly just annoyed. 🙄
Continue reading Outdoor youth sports and the weather gods
I’m over my rant from yesterday. 🙄 Thank you to those of you who have reached out. 💕
Continue reading Writing life while cooped up inside
I’m sitting here with my second coffee wondering how to get through this week, leading into the Easter weekend.
Continue reading Coffee will get me through the week…
This Saturday morning was freezing out, but sunny with no wind. Perfect for a nice, long dog walk.
Continue reading Cold walk along the frozen shores
And you’re gonna be in trouble…
Wasn’t that a song at one time? lol
Continue reading My boyfriend is back…
- There is no food in this house and my grocery list in my bag is ripped and smudged, thereby illegible and my excuse for not going shopping.
Continue reading Bullet points ramble
The Weather Network on TV is having so! much! fun! with all of our weather woes here in North America at the moment. It’s quite amusing to sit on my couch with my coffee and watch them explain, over and over again, what to do and not to do because of the dangerous wind chills, and the snow, and the ice, and all the rest of it.
Continue reading Lingering effects of endless distractions