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"Let Us Love - Let Us Be Loved"

Today is an important day in Turkey and in the Muslim community in general. It is Ramazan Bayramı, or Şeker Bayramı, or Eid al-Fitr (I can only pronounce 2 out of the 3). 926 more words

Lack of dignity

Photography is not random. Good pictures are rarely taken by pure accident. Put a camera in my hands and I usually feel obsessed by photography. I try to find a rare moment, a good light, something different, or something that reminds me something else, another picture, another ambiance or atmosphere.  435 more words

Travel Update #15

My next day in Turkey seemed to stretch on for a week. When I think back on the day in order, it feels like I was watching from a distance, wandering the streets and religious sites as if in a dream. 267 more words

Travel Updates

Back to the Grind. Maybe?

Now that I am off my Tour de France induced sabbatical, I am back to writing. There are all sorts of things going on in the world, I really don’t know what to write about. 283 more words



When we first moved to Kansas City, we heard that Hayward’s was a BBQ restaurant that was a Kansas City classic and that we absolutely had to try it.  646 more words

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Turkey: It's Not Just a Type of Bird

During the summer months the halls of St. Paul Preparatory School are quiet and barren. However, during the weeks between July 12th and August 9th St. 281 more words