The cover picture this week is us out at Lake Geneva, on Tuesday, with Melissa’s group. We were celebrating a birthday, a paper publication, and Bastille Day. However, we were told by the French people that only Americans call it Bastille Day. In France they call it either the national day, or the 14th of … Continue reading 19 July 2015 Update
After eight grueling, scorching, almost unbearable days of high temperatures over 90° F, I am happy to report that our heat wave broke on Wednesday when the high was only 78° F (which is still above the historical July average of 77° F). It may not seem exceptionally hot to most people, but the struggle … Continue reading Thonon-les-Bains, France
Even though it’s over 3000 miles to the shores of the greatest country in the world (don’t ask how many kilometers unless you’re a communist), this last weekend “The Land of the Free” was present right here in our apartment within the hearts and minds of six young patriots. Along with Melissa and I, Garrett Swindlehurst, … Continue reading Murica Weekend!