Tea for Two

She was a gentle teacher. We did not share a language, so she took my hands in hers…  But first we crawled through the small entrance, one after the other. Me, in my skirt. She, in her kimono. With sandals. And toe socks. There were no others. I had walked the streets of Kyoto until […]

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The Magic of Travel

Do you know the scene from the film, Mary Poppins, where they all jump into one of Bert’s chalk drawings on the sidewalks of London? This is exactly how I felt when I found myself inside one of the photographs from a travel book that has sits on my coffee table. The family and I […]

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