Speed Equals Distance Over Time

Living far away from family does funny things to what should otherwise be a straight forward equation. Especially when it comes to speed. And aging. Yes, I'm quite sure speed gets ramped up when you factor in long-distances and divide them by time spent with family. I see my mother and sister twice a year.... Continue Reading →

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Goodbye Sucks

Eight years of expat (migrant) living has thickened my skin...to an extent. I can generally hold it together at the flag ceremonies and stand un-quivering through a chorus line of hugs. Depending on where on I am on the roller coaster of emotions I find myself riding these days, you'll find me anywhere from stoic... Continue Reading →

I Know this Much is True

I cannot tell a lie. I did not wake up this morning and think, "Today I'm 44! Bring it on!" 44 is one step closer to 50, and 50 is half-way to 100, a milestone most of us will not meet. 44 is only one year from 45, which is the age at which I... Continue Reading →

Home Alone

My husband and I are often in different countries.  Sometimes different continents.  A few moves and working for an international organization will do that to a couple.  There are business trips and conferences, training sessions and summer holidays.  There is wrap up and set up of the old and new digs.  It's never for too... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

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