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The Nomadic Troglodyte

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International Travel – Scotland Part 1

In my experience, limited though it might be, there are a few things which might tempt an American to venture from our wide borders and experience the world beyond. I recommend it, personally, but to each their own. Whatever your... Continue Reading →

Lessons in Aunt-hood – Gratitude

So, growing into an adult means you learn about all the different kinds of things that the grown-ups did when you were a kid - but through their eyes. Not just talking about taxes here, but some of the little... Continue Reading →

Lessons in Aunt-hood – Play

During my time in Oklahoma, I spent hours on end with little people. Normally, this is not the case. In my day-to-day, I don't have a lot of interaction with anyone under the age of 18. This has been the... Continue Reading →

Traveling amid Tumultuous Weather

This little troglodyte was once again pried out of her cave for a spot of spring traveling. Honestly, I feel like Bilbo Baggins tottering out of Bag End, away from the perfect comforts of my hobbit hole to be tossed... Continue Reading →

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