This is the next to the last stop on my Impressions of Jerusalem series which covers the events of Good Friday. Be sure to catch my blog next week for the rest of the story. … More Impressions of Jerusalem: Via Dolorosa to Golgotha
So many of the sites we visited in Israel were tied to the final days in the life of Christ. In these of Lent as we approach Easter, I wanted to share my experiences and photos. I hope you enjoy them. … More Impressions of Jerusalem: Mount of Olives to Temple Mount
Sometimes your expectations of a place are not accurate. Places you think will be emotionally moving don’t always live up to that expectation but then places you didn’t even imagine illicit a strong emotional response. This is the story of one of those places. Welcome to Magdala. … More Is Your Name On The Column?
We spent six years taking our two children back and forth to college in Alabama. A recent trip to help them move brought back memories of those years. It’s funny what sparks your memories. … More On The Road Again: Seems Like Yesterday
As much as I enjoy traveling, it’s always great to come home. … More The Best Thing About Travel? Coming Home.
Have you ever wondered where a road went? Have you ever wanted to follow that road to see where it led? There is a road like that where my husband and I vacation. We have never made past a certain point but I’m so curious to see where it goes. Maybe this year. … More The Mystery of the Bend in the Road
We visited several castles on our trip to Scotland this summer. I suppose some of them would be considered empty nests now. … More When the Empty Nest is a Castle