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Winter Blues

As temperature drops, clothing layers add on, holiday decorations are put up and I sitting dissatisfied with my head in 6001 different directions and my fingers pushing through typing away numerous review sheets, essays and applications in the midst of the semester ending, I can’t help but reflect back on warmer weather and brighter times this past summer abroad. 237 more words

Mediterranean Omelette

BREAKFAST! The most important meal of the day! Sometimes we get stuck in a routine for breakfast. There’s times when you would like to mix it up a bit and surprise yourself in the process. 319 more words


Only 2 Weeks Of Diving Reveals 22 Ancient Greek Shipwrecks

Two weeks of diving uncovered centuries of sunken ships, and researchers are deciphering the clues contained in each.

A spate of shipwrecks recently found near a group of Greek islands has given researchers new insights into how trade routes and sailing technology evolved in the Eastern Mediterranean. 320 more words

Making Friends with my Ukulele

Benjamin Franklin once famously said, “Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” Normally, I consider these words to be the highest truth and tend to live my life very much in accordance with them. 1,135 more words

Day To Day

Madeleine reblogged this on Duke the Uke.


The sun comes out and plays a little
But his heart isn’t in it
His soul is elsewhere
With other seas, other oceans
And other winds, 36 more words


Turn On the Lights

We are in the Trabocchi coast in Abruzzo,Italy. A Trabocco is a wooden platform that is (was) used to catch the passing fishes. For long time the inhabitants of this stretch of… 49 more words