Southern Ghost Stories: Haunted Attractions of the South
I am a major chicken little when it comes to haunted houses but I LOVE a good ghost story…with the lights on, of course! The South, where I am from, has such a rich history. Rich histories usually include tragic deaths and accidents which lead to AMAZING ghost stories! Enjoy these Southern Ghost…
It is so hard to stay consistent when you travel. Often, your “workouts” consist of climbing hundreds of stairs, hiking exotic trails, and putting leather to cobblestone sidewalks. Your nutrition looks more like a kid in a candy store or an adult in a liquor store after a breakup. (You know what I mean…) You will eat nearly anything you can…
3 Days in Seville Spain: The Frying Pan Of Spain
We spent 3 days in Seville Spain via train from Madrid. It cost $160 and was a 2.5 hour train trip. There was WIFI so I could do some blog work. (You know, because I love keeping ya’ll informed!)
We rose early to catch the morning train from Madrid to Segovia! It took us about 30 minutes to arrive to this city of aqueducts and bull fights. Thankfully, no bull fights were happening on our visit. Ernest Hemingway was infatuated with the bull fights of Spain but I see it as a horrific act of inflicting pain on these poor bulls.
I plan for this to be an ongoing series about superfoods found within numerous cultures. Extensions will be added as I visit new countries. A superfood is “a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being”. As a Registered Dietitian, I counsel clients and patients from various ethnic backgrounds. It is near impossible to be familiar with EVERY food know to a country.
To be homesick for a country that is not your own is a liberating realization. For you no longer belong to just one place. Italy is my country-no not by birth or blood-but by heart, passion, inspiration, and simplicity.
Our first time visit to Northern Italy
(This is the 3rd post in the series about our trip though out Italy)
Our first time visit to Tuscany
(This is our 2nd post in a series of 3 about our time spent in Italy.)
I’ve been “home” for about a month and by home, I mean my home town of Mobile, AL. You may recall that Michael and I moved in with my Dad in August to save more money for our big move! I have come to a lot of realizations. I’ve been transported to an alternate universe, there is no other explanation!I’m in an environment in which I don’t fit in anymore. I often feel out of place when I wear clothes…