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- Busy 1 year ago I’m working on a continuation of my Holiday post series, but in the meantime dance and Russian lessons, as well as my typical tutoring, have really taken most of my weekly time. But!! I have been writing. I recently started writing for the official Teach and Learn with Georgia blog. You can view...
- The Home of Christmas (Holidays in the Holy Land Pt2) 1 year ago This Christmas was unlike any I’ve ever had before. No presents. No family. No Christmas Music unless I was singing it (and I must admit to a little bit of Rudolph as I was walking the streets of Jerusalem). My family sent me a video of Santa Claus and his elves…it was before I left […]
- New Gems 1 year ago Here are some excellent sites I’ve come across recently either for those interested in teaching in Georgia or just interested in Georgian politics. http://eslgeorgia.com/ http://theyounggeorgians.wordpress.com/ http://www.evolutsia.net/ http://dfwatch.net/
- Holidays in the Holy Land 1 year ago Traveling. A style of living I’ve been exploring since I set off from the outskirts of Philadelphia six months ago. I’ve been a long-term guest, living out of a suitcase. I’ve settled into a home amongst strangers and have made them family. I have traveled for extended weekends in the same...
- As a Guest (part 3) 1 year ago There are plenty of more stories that could be told from when we woke up on Sunday morning in Borjomi: we traveled through Axaltsixe to the cave city of Vardzia, and learned the history of this ancient region from a friendly marshutka driver on the way; Alex and I enjoyed a pristine snowfall in...
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