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On the Road with Diabetes

Lately I’ve been on the road a lot. Which is a way I love to be! I love the adventure of navigating a new place. I like to go at it without a GPS (which is good since I don’t own one) and ask for directions as many times as possible from as many different people as I can. 625 more words

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Added Value

The following is a reprint of an article I wrote for the TasteBuds local food guide in Chattanooga last year. This week, I received a very nice note from some Iowa folks who picked up a copy while passing through the area recently and were moved by the piece, so I thought maybe others would enjoy reading it as well. 1,479 more words

When You Know You're A New Yorker

 Once again I was lost in Brooklyn in a state of panic late for a job. My work has been spotty to put it nicely, so I can’t afford to piss anybody off by waltzing in like Kate Moss. 306 more words

Humor

Right is left and left is right

This Daily Prompt made me smile as I got to remember that I was once a first-time visitor in this not-so-small city in central Mexico. 330 more words

Blogging101

July 2, 2004 pt3 - Where is the f**king hotel?

My family and I started July 2 in Kawasaki, then traveled to Hiroshima and visited the Peace Memorial Park. The third and final stage of our long day of travel was returning to Kyoto and checking into a hotel. 632 more words

Visitors

Traveling Speech Exercise

Ciao! One of our kids is going off to Sicily with his family, so this whole week we’ve been preparing for the trip – sequencing the steps to traveling, pretending to order Italian food, and practicing asking for directions. 12 more words

Speech And Language Therapy