March has all but disappeared – faster than a plate of pimento cheese sandwiches at a Sunday porch social – making this seem like a good time to report on a recent relocation to the Deep South. Not surprising, while the cultural adjustments have been mostly kind and curious, it's the socioeconomic differences that appear to … Continue reading How Independent Teaching Fuels the Jet Setter
Returning to the Lowcountry after many years away has revealed that there's more to gastronomic delights of the South than just sweet tea and fried okra. Recently, the Sixth Annual Charleston Food Truck Festival offered a variable sampler plate of reasons to love mobile eats when you're hungry 'round these parts; here's just a few favorites worth noting: 1. … Continue reading Six Savory Favorites from the Sixth Annual Charleston Food Truck Festival
Sabbatical - noun: a rest from work, or a break, often lasting from two months to a year. From Latin: sabbaticus, from Greek: sabbatikos, from Hebrew: shabbat (i.e., Sabbath) or literally a "ceasing") To the surprise of many blog subscribers (and over 800 Instagram followers), a decision was recently made to take a break from teaching and traveling in Colombia. While the … Continue reading Sabbatical 2017: Temporary Break…or New Beginning?