Almost from the moment we set foot in Kyoto, my foodie husband is scouting for new restaurants in our neighborhood that have opened in our absence. As hyped as I am to be sure to see the most intriguing gardens, sublime temples, cool museums and Japanese design shops, he’s on the edge of his seatContinue reading “The Foodie’s Heaven”
In everyone’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit. ~Albert Schweitzer There are so many kinds of friends we make in a lifetime. Many come and goContinue reading “A Blissful Visit with a Good Friend”
What better time or place to throw a party than in the spring at our apartment in Kyoto? We had friends CA friends visiting Kyoto for a few days, my more-than-able-son-in-law visiting and several Kyoto friends we were eager to see again. At the suggestion of a friend, we easily decided on a party. WeContinue reading “Party Time in Kyoto”
Springtime never fails to be thrilling. For a few short weeks we must pay attention to nature and its extravagant exuberance. We reconnect with springtimes past, greeting each new blossom and each emerging leaf in the landscape as a long lost, but never forgotten, friend. For a brief time, all things seem possible, all hurts forgiven.
I felt like Goldilocks today. Everything was just right. Not too cold, not too hot, not too early, not too late. I’m talking sakura (cherry blossoms)! This year, our timing is good and it was a day for smiles, not only ours, but, it seemed for everyone else on this side of the world too.Continue reading “A DAY FOR SMILES”