There were too many trees in the Forest

I woke up to something rather unusual this morning....... sunshine, that's bloody what. After weeks of grey cloud and rain, it was fabulous to finally get my share of the big warm yellow thing that normally hangs around in Australia and California. I immediately hatched up a plan. It involved being outdoors and playing with gadgets, so it was almost as good as a 'Hot and Spicy' pizza from Dominos. Yep, I decided I was going to take my new Canon S95 to nearby Bernwood Forest to play with the settings. ...more

"Favela Wars "( Brazil)

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Ze Bloc Blogs

I have been on Twitter and googling for some time, searching for other Mamas online who share in my experiences, history and food preferences.  I was trying to follow the advise I have heard so many times about blogging, you know the term "Find your tribe".  Oh so much easier said than done.A couple of days ago, a conversation between several very talented Mama bloggers and myself led to the Bloc Blogs.  Or more specifically Ze Bloc Blogs.What is Ze Bloc Blogs?  Some of us are Lithuanian, others Russian, Polish, etc.  We all share a special conn...more

I'm sure you will! Give it time. Meanwhile, I'm off to check out your blog. I know several ...more

March Madness, Spring Fever & Oversized Art in Manhattan

(To see the fab photos that illustrate this text, please click below on my blog "A Rolling Crone") www.aRollingCrone.blogspot.com I drove to New York last weekend to see all the photo-as-art shows, including AIPAD at the Park Avenue Armory, but really, I was desperately seeking signs of Spring, which usually shows up in Central Park about two weeks ahead of its arrival in Massachusetts. ...more

What is the most important thing in the world?

The most important thing in the world? love 21.7%money 8.0%health 56.5%beauty 1.0%there's many important things 12.7%Total Votes: 2934...more

.The most important think,was my Mom,but now it's too late..She just died yesterday, more

The City of Oslo in Pictures

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Exploring Norway by Train, Boat, and Bus

Everyone’s been asking me the million dollar question: “Why Norway?” True, seeing Scandinavia has been on my bucket list since Joan Lunden, Charlie Gibson, and Spencer Christian went there back in ‘97 but the true reason is that I caught wind of a great deal on the flight through Scandinavian Air and the next day I found myself with two tickets to the hinterlands. So, I guess “why Norway?” is more like a $900 question....more

Norway: The Food

I'm a vegan for Lent. Or, I was until I boarded the plane for Norway. I figured that eating vegan in Norway was going to be tough but I really had no idea how tough. After asking for a vegetarian meal on Scandinavian airlines and being given a fish dish instead I was quick to throw my hands up in the air and give myself a week long hiatus from Lent. Given the proximity to sea and the farming practices of the country, which are primarily livestock and feed grains, you can bet there was lots of dairy, meat, and fish to be eaten....more

Norway in March

I am back from a much needed spring break vacation with my husband. When we were waiting for the first of many flights at the Detroit airport my husband, sick with a cold, and me, bogged by stress, were both wishing that we booked a vacation someplace warm with white sand beaches and pink sunsets and drinks with little umbrellas. Someplace that normal people go as the winter is winding down. But instead, we went to Norway. Norway....more

Vegas Baby

Vegas may be a place where you can lose a lot of money but it’s also the place that keeps on giving!  With healthier and vegan dining options that is!  Every time I go back, a new spot opens up making the City of Sin the new hot spot for sin-less eating!  Check out the new yummy options right here!...more