Even with Crooked Lines

Even with Crooked Lines

Living on opposite sides of a crooked line, Abel and Cain were diametrically opposed. Cain was the oldest, “a tiller of the ground,” taking after his father Adam. But he didn’t have his father’s heart, and brought an offering that wasn’t his best. He brought “fruit of...
How do you say Greece in Spanish?

How do you say Greece in Spanish?

Though my second language is Spanish, I looked to be sure. The word is Grecia (GREY-sha), however the question is because of an experience. Star-peppered skies dotted the night as we crossed the vast ocean in late October. About 100 others traveled to Athens that year...
Love the Fabulous 4 Facts

Love the Fabulous 4 Facts

Some may groan, “Oh no” when Valentine’s Day rolls around. Nevertheless, love is grand, right? It’s what makes the world swirl on its axis and puts the curl in curlicue. Below are 4 not-easily-recognized fabulous facts about love that will enhance...
Pasta and Love

Pasta and Love

One has to wonder, when eating in Rome. It was day seven of our ten-day trip. Leaving New York City the day before Sandy hit, we trekked across the ocean to Rome, Italy. We didn’t stay in the city at this point, but jumped on another plane and ventured to...