Tag: home

Purchasing Property in Italy, Part 6

Could an old decommissioned railroad building be made into a home?

A Bit of Chaos is Home

Thank goodness for kids and pets

Best of All He Loved the Fall

How the Seasons Affect our Relationship with Home

Purchasing Property in Italy, Part 5

The Search Continues

A New Lease

Four years ago, I moved to Oklahoma. I had sold my home in Idaho a few months earlier and spent two months on the road touring the south, looking for my next place to live. Oklahoma was not even a remote possibility. That spring,… Continue Reading “A New Lease”

Creatures of Comfort

Change happens and it often comes with some discomfort.

Chosen Family and 9 Words for Love

Perhaps family has more to do with feelings than with legalities or blood.

Neighbors

We can probably all agree that home has a lot to do with family and friends and *if you’re lucky* your home includes both. But then there are neighbors. And neighbors can make or break a good home. A few years back, Maran and… Continue Reading “Neighbors”

4th of July & Blueberry Pie

Picking blueberries reminds me of a time when I was particularly happy. And nothing says home more than good memories.

Purchasing Property in Italy – Part 3

In my last post about 1-Euro homes in Italy, I shared how I found a place I absolutely loved but knew I couldn’t purchase. And you agreed with me. The moisture problem was too great and I needed to listen to my friend, Giuseppe,… Continue Reading “Purchasing Property in Italy – Part 3”

Be Gentle, Be Honest, Be Kind

The more honest we are with ourselves, the more honest we can be with others. Compassion and kindness starts here.

When You Lose Your Father

Nothing else compares to losing your father because the role of Father is very unique.

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