Category: SGH blog

Happenings since May, and beyond

Happenings since May, and beyond

| September 9, 2016 | Reply

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. That’s what happens when I go without a desktop from the end of May until mid-August. Here’s what’s been up, and what’s coming up. This isn’t a particularly wordy post, but there are a lot of pictures from Europe and the US… WHAT’S COMING UP #Repatproject travel – Repatriation Project-related […]

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Upcoming Travel to Watch

Upcoming Travel to Watch

| March 23, 2016 | Reply

Here is the current travel I have booked for 2016…you can follow it on twitter, facebook, instagram, tumblr, and here. MARCH Coming up, we have 2 weeks in the States, where we will be looking for a new house for when we move back in June. The last time I bought a house, my realtor and […]

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12 Interesting Museums Worth Visiting in Europe

12 Interesting Museums Worth Visiting in Europe

| February 4, 2016 | Reply

Europe is filled with the quirky and the interesting, and museums are no exception. Many are fun, while some interactively address a serious topic in such a way that you leave both informed and having enjoyed your visit.  Here are just 10 interesting museums around Europe. THE ZEPPELIN MUSEUM Friedrichshafen, Germany When you think of zeppelins, […]

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ROAD TRIP WHAT!

ROAD TRIP WHAT!

| January 28, 2016 | Reply

Okay, so I can’t give all the details, but in April there’s a road trip, #finishSGH2016. I finished all the Germany pins on Some Guy’s Hat a few weeks ago, but two lone points in Switzerland mocked me.  I was sure I’d be going back to the States in June without checking off those two […]

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Some Guy’s Hat is Finished with Germany!

Some Guy’s Hat is Finished with Germany!

| January 14, 2016 | Reply

Last week was monumental–Some Guy’s Hat made it to the very last place in Germany for which there is an old souvenir pin on the hat(!!). Inzell, Germany is a lovely Bavarian town butting up against the Alps, which were lightly capped with snow.  Because it was Epiphany, nearly the entire town was shut down. […]

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Illustrator Progress on The Day Flash Couldn’t Even

Illustrator Progress on The Day Flash Couldn’t Even

| December 27, 2015 | Reply

          I’m excited to report that Aaron Parrott, the illustrator with whom I’m collaborating on “The Day Flash Couldn’t Even,” is nearly finished with my manuscript.  It’s very exciting, and we are looking forward to querying agents next month!  That is all!  

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