Raising an extreme extrovert on the road

Let me tell you a story about my daughter Audrey. Audrey learned to walk at 14 months, and just a few months later we went to friends’ farm for a pig roast. The party started at 6 o’clock in the evening, and there were several hundred people in attendance. Audrey’s spent most of the next […]

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Our carbon footprint is down, but not gone

One of my goals for this adventure is to learn about climate change and help Audrey understand what it will take for her generation to adapt to the dramatic challenges facing us in the future as a result of today’s rising greenhouse gas (GHG) levels. Why is this important?  Well, unless you’ve been living under […]

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Settling into a foreign country

We’ve been in Canada for two weeks now and are mostly settled in, but it hasn’t been easy.  The last time I lived abroad for any length of time, I was in my twenties and single, with no kids or real responsibilities.  This time was a lot harder, especially with the hot weather we’ve been […]

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Photo roundup of seven great weeks in Virginia

Between leaving Gainesville just before Mother’s Day and arriving in Montreal last week (post to follow tomorrow!), we spent seven great weeks with my parents in Williamsburg, Virginia.  We are so grateful they agreed to host us until our Montreal lease started.  Here’s a photo roundup of our time there, memories of which we’ll always […]

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