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Back to Work!!

Just short of my one year anniversary of living in Spain, I have officially re-entered the world of the working. I have begun a completely new “career” at age 40. Yikers. The best part? It’s doing something I’ve wanted to do … Continue reading

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Oh, What a Week

This has been one of the most monumental weeks in my year of living in Spain. Where do I even begin? One. We just dropped my PARENTS off at the airport this morning, after their first ever week-long visit to … Continue reading

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Completely Random Observations

I know, I was about to write Part 2 of our Ribera excursion, but I’ve been mulling on a handful of totally random thoughts so I thought I’d write them down. Completely random and disconnected, some that I’ve sat on … Continue reading

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Market Research in Ribera del Duero – Part 1

Yes, yes, yes, I am lucky that my fiance (heeehee, I still get tickled when I write that) needs to do things like “check out a wine region” in order to know it well enough to bring clients there. And … Continue reading

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My Two-and-a-half Cents on Wedding Planning

No, this is not necessarily a Spain specific post. But seeing as it has consumed an inordinate amount of my time for the last few weeks I thought I would take a few minutes to jot down my thoughts. I … Continue reading

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My Last Week in Pictures, Part I

I started writing this post a few times, and then got way behind and life moved on and we did more things, and now to write about them all seems overkill. So, I figured I’d just use my pictures. A … Continue reading

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Paseito, redefined.

In all fairness, I will start by saying that C did tell me that this was not a “paseito” and that it would be a pretty tough climb. That being said… We left the house at 7:30am and didn’t get … Continue reading

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