Books & Film
Autumn is a season of harvest, of celebration, of gathering of family, friends, and community, of shorter days and longer nights. A season of telling stories in company, of reflecting in solitude. A season of change. There is music to go along with all this...
I am very privileged to have the opportunity to read Dr. Séverine Autesserre’s book Peaceland: Conflict Resolution and the Everyday Politics of International Intervention.
He's at it again. Author Talon Windwalker (I'm sure you've read his Rise of the Djall) has a new book out - the sequel (YAY!) to Rise of the Djall.
One of the pure joys of travel is the food. Yes, that's right - food is a window to culture. Think about it - from the night markets of Southeast Asia to the traditional recipes of, well, any culture, what people make and eat is a product of terroir, seasons, climate, history, and more.
When our daughter was small, I remember searching (and searching, and searching) for kids music to play on road trips that well, to be honest, my husband and I could listen to and not run screaming from the car. You know what I'm talking about (let's not even mention kidzbop).