Prayers for the Recently Moved

To Mazu, goddess of the seas, hear my plea for calm waters because I'm not 100% sure I filled out the insurance claim properly and we are all desperately sick of wearing the same clothes we've been wearing for the past twelve weeks. To St. Maersk of the Shipping, hear my prayer: May our shipment... Continue Reading →

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Everything I Need To Know I Learned in Copenhagen

Most of us have danced to this goodbye song before. Maybe your dancing shoes are so worn the heel is loose. Or maybe you’re still learning the choreography, trying not to step on any toes. Don’t worry, we all stumble, even the ones who’ve have the steps down pat. Perhaps you’re expat-ing or repat-ing, or... Continue Reading →

Valentine’s Day, a Handy Gift Guide for Married People

Dating: Reservations at the super-fancy/can't really afford/won't like the food/you'll figure out how to pay the credit card bill later/restaurant; roses; fancy chocolates dusted with things that shouldn't be on chocolate Engaged: Jewelry, (bonus points if it's heart-shaped); Elizabeth Barrett Browning or Khalil Gibran poetry books; flowers, but not roses; thoughtful cards with sappy messages and... Continue Reading →

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