Sunday, December 18, 2011


Santorini, Greece
Dear Friends and Family,

It's been awhile hasn't it?

I suppose I owe you an update.

Corfu Architecture
My last update was supposed to be a little overview of my summer vacation - part two.   Given that we're decorating Christmas trees, wrapping gifts and sending holiday cards at the moment, I feel that the summer vacation ship has long since sailed.  I'll say briefly that I treasure the moments I was able to spend with family new and old.    Memories that I will cherish for a lifetime.

Dubrovnik, Croatia
It has been a season of transitions of almost every variety.    I'm still in the midst of it all at the moment, but once I get my new rhythm back, I hope to begin posting again on a more regular schedule and share a little more about what I'm up to.     Thanks to all of you who have expressed concern about my disappearance.   I promise I'm still around, just temporarily diverted.

Green Door in Greece
Before life took some turns this fall, John and I spent ten wonderful days cruising in the Mediterranean.    I like to think of it as the calm before the storm.  (Isn't it funny how life is often like this?)

Plaka Street Art, Athens Greece
I've sprinkled some images from this trip throughout this post, many of which are available (shameless plug) at Vita Nostra on etsy.   I'll be back soon to give a more comprehensive update for any of you who many be planning an upcoming trip to the area.

See you soon... meanwhile, enjoy your final preparations before the holidays!  

Cafe in Athens, Greece


  1. Your pics are beautiful. We've never been to Greece but we did visit Dubrovnik 4 years ago on a cruise - isn't it a lovely little gem? The setting is so stunning - it was one of the highlights of the trip :)

  2. The pictures are beautiful!! The vacation sounds wonderful! I'm shamelessly jealous.


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