Dishabille

Dishabille

Last Tuesday, when I went down to my apartment lobby to check the mail, another woman was there at the same time. Sigi’s* a little German lady who’s probably lived here since the building opened back in the ’60’s. I was a little taken aback...
Eye, Aye, Eye

Eye, Aye, Eye

On May 11, back in the Santiago, I was reading before going to sleep. There was a little gnat-like creature buzzing around my backlit Kindle. I shooed him away and didn’t give it another thought. That is, until the next morning, when I woke up with two bug bites...
Kindred Spirits

Kindred Spirits

Since last September, I’ve been (mostly) in the UK. I’ve visited three of the four UK countries, and along the way, one of best things that’s happened to me is making connections. I’ve attended writing groups and book clubs. I’ve made...

Perpetual Gypsy

A few months ago, I was “Wonderlanded” by The Displaced Nation, a website that is “a home for international creatives.” According to the website, “The founders of The Displaced Nation share a passion for what we call the ‘displaced...

Hello, Goodbye

“The hurrier I go, the behinder I get.” Remember that quote from Alice in Wonderland? Considering that my interview for The Displaced Nation’s “Wonderlanded” series went live this week on their website, I suppose I’ve got Alice on...

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