I couldn’t wrap my head around it. Up to that point in my life, I didn’t know such an experience existed. Cognitive dissonance. When we returned home, that day was the one we told everyone about. It was ten years ago, but four children and many relocations later, I remember it like it was maybe… Read More Morocco – climatic dissonance
According to my 2-year-old, “God saw all that he made and it was good.” This truth came out of her mouth after a morning of Sunday School last week. This is the account of the fifth day of creation after everything came into being – except people (Genesis 1:25). When God created man and woman… Read More . . . and it was very good.
My husband and I recently had a discussion concerning which places we lived or visited that impacted us the most. How do you know how if a trip has “changed your life” or at least deeply influenced your beliefs, choices or lifestyle? Morocco was at the top of my list for “most influential trip.” After… Read More Highly edible and life-changing
My husband and I shared a very memorable coffee experience just inside Bab Bou Jeloud (the Green Gate) in Fes, Morocco in 2009. A leisurely cup of coffee at a local establishment, coupled with people watching, is one of our preferred activities, at home and abroad. As you enter the medina through the gate, directly… Read More The Coffee Ritual