The Dauphine Enters France

Something for my dearest Antoinette— a little late in posting, but I’ve been preoccupied with agonizing over another era–20th century WWI. “Covering her eyes, sometimes with her handkerchief and sometimes with her hands, now and then putting her head out of the carriage to take another look at the palace of her ancestors which she was never more […]

History Repeated

Somehow during my busy work day I had the opportunity to actually read for pleasure (translates to: some aspect of history).  I thank my colleague Jeff for that one!  It was an informative/entertaining article–well at least to my dorky self.  I understand sometimes my pleasure reading isn’t like most of my peers, as I find anything having to […]

A New Year: A New Blog

It has finally arrived…the year we make our big leap!  2011 will be a year that will change our lives, or rather, the year we make the change to live a completely unconventional life.  We have decided to begin the year with this blog.  A way to document our dream; a dream that will take us to France in June and beyond […]

The Life and Times of Stella

Awkwardly disagreeing with the status quo since 2008.

Home is Where the Boat Is

Potting, Puttering & Pontooning

The Perks of Being an Artist

Because demented people need love, too.

The Earthist Chronicles

Whistling past the graveyard and wondering when the revolution will finally begin...

Vaccine Free: Homeopathic Education for the Immune System

1614 Harmon Place, Suite 204. Minneapolis MN, 55403.

Small House Bliss

Small house designs with big impact


Education and inspiration for visual storytellers

Shiny Tiny Mansion

Living Small Naturally

Barcelona Blonde

A Barcelona blog and travel blog

Last Night's Parties and Last Night's Horrorshow

Elsewhere...and the moments in between.

O' Canada

Reflections on Canadian Culture From Below the Border


A fairy-tale cottage by the Seine in Normandy


Trying to live a creative life


A family-run organic CSA farm in Warren, Maine