Big sky, wind turbines, foggy mornings, the birds and bees ~ all within walking distance of our house by the fields. This brief photo essay follows our first four seasons there.
All Souls’ Day, Nov. 2nd, is a day for Poles remember their loved ones. National Independence Day, Nov. 11th, is a celebration of the reconstitution of their country after 123 years of nonexistence.
Selling the house and the car, dividing all our possessions into four parts and then moving to a different continent ~ one year later, do we still think it was a good idea?
One of the easiest things to say in Polish is “Happy Birthday”. In addition to a birthday greeting, this phrase can also be used for almost any celebration.
Luscious greens, so many variations of gray, brilliant yellow and helpful blue. Poland’s colorful countryside is just one of the surprises Poland has to offer.
A Polish colleague told us that in Poland Santa visits the children twice. I remember how impatient I was as a child for Santa’s visit; I can’t imagine waiting for him twice.