Seven Things I Love (3-15-2021)

1. This Modification to ‘Fearless Girl’ Showing her Breaking the Glass Ceiling – In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8th State Street Global Advisors installed a broken glass ceiling around the now iconic statue. ‘Fearless Girl’ was installed on March 7, 2017 and was originally placed at the northern tip of Bowling GreenContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (3-15-2021)”

Seven Things I Love: Inauguration Day (1/21/2021 – Special Edition)

I am going to guess I’ll be adding to this in the future but I want to get this posted this afternoon so I’m going to stop here… 1. This Celebration in Kamala Harris’ Ancestral Village – I believe I lived in India in my last life so this makes my heart swell. 2. ThisContinue reading “Seven Things I Love: Inauguration Day (1/21/2021 – Special Edition)”

Seven Things I Love (1-11-2021)

1. This Photographer, Kirsty Mitchell – she is possibly my favorite photographer and I was lucky enough to get to see an exhibit for her book “Wonderland” in 2017. And incredibly they allowed photographs! I purchased the book (a completely worthwhile investment) but I love that I have several gorgeous digital shots. Here are aContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (1-11-2021)”

India – Day Seven & Eight: Shahpura

Only two more places to visit on the first tour of my binary tours in India. Traveled from Udaipur to Shahpura on the bus – saw some wonderful things along the way… One of the most amazing sights was The Statue of Belief. This newly erected statue is 351 feet tall and is the world’sContinue reading “India – Day Seven & Eight: Shahpura”

India – Day Five & Six: Udaipur

Next, the City of Lakes, sometimes also called the White City (because of all the white marble palaces.) I have always wanted to go to Udaipur for YEARS because there are many, MANY movies and miniseries which have been filmed here. I’m planning on making a list of my favorite films shot/about in India whenContinue reading “India – Day Five & Six: Udaipur”

India – Day Three & Four: Jodhpur

I was sad to leave Delhi but at least I knew I’d be returning. First one last Masala Dosa… We departed Delhi on the day before Election Day. Here’s a few interesting tidbits about Indian elections. First, liquor is not allowed to be sold for the two days before an election – so people willContinue reading “India – Day Three & Four: Jodhpur”

India – Day Two: Delhi

This morning we started the day with a hearty and delicious breakfast. Regine, tour guide extraordinaire, explained that over the years she‘s found that while traveling, having three full meals every day is too much. Travel tip: consider eating a substantial breakfast, a midday snack, and dinner OR a light breakfast and light dinner withContinue reading “India – Day Two: Delhi”