Halifax, Nova Scotia – Final Days

My final days in Halifax were spent with family, friends and eating food that just isn’t the same in Doha! The day before I left – I had a BodyTalk session with my Reiki Master who is in training to be a BodyTalk Practitioner. I was very much in the middle of my 21 day…

Halifax, Nova Scotia – Grandparent Fun!

Our time in Halifax is an important time to bond with our grandchildren and create fun memories! Here are some of our moments so far!!! S, xo Relaxing, watching Paddington Bear! Mini golf at Putting Edge! A visit with my parents! Taking Nathan kayaking at East Coast Outfitters with a stop on Hearn Island! Fun…

Halifax, Nova Scotia – Some Moments!

Food is one of my favorite things!!!  Good food is the best! Michael’s daughter Patricia and her husband Andrew invited us for yummy spaghetti dinner! Another evening with Patricia and Andrew was a steak (my top three favorite foods!) at Ristorante aMano on the Halifax Waterfront! I had mocha creme brûlée for dessert!!!  It was…

Halifax, Nova Scotia – Back Home!

I’m back in the ‘Fax and absolutely jet lagged!  So far, my total ride in airplanes this summer is up to 16 and I’ve been in four different time zones in a little over a month! My circadian rhythms are totally out of wack!  Add menopause onto that and OH BOY!!! So, here I am…

2017 Summer Moments – Liz, Linda, A Mermaid, Sons of Maxwell, A Doll House, Family, Reiki, Cold Drinks on a Patio, Donair Pizza & Donair Sauce, Moon Mist Ice Cream, Pork Bacon…..and What Is a Touton??

I leave for Qatar tomorrow.  Back to expat life, regular routine and back to work, the start of a new school year at the American School of Doha on August 15th.  I wanted to reflect on my visit to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.  To share some of the moments with friends and family. My visit…

I Miss the Weather in Nova Scotia!

Living in the Middle East means living in an arid climate with virtually no rain or clouds or any sign of precipitation, including hot winds of the Arabian desert that blow scorching across your skin like a hairdryer on high and a constant sun that blazes down on you with oppressive heat.   Don’t forget…