If this doesn't remind you of lemmings, everyone blindly following the one in front of them to their death to keep nature's balance, maybe a it brings to mind a Biblical scene about the parting of the Red Sea.  Everybody's head down in defeat, like they've come to the end of their rope, and the … Continue reading Lemmings

The Most Interesting Boy in the World

World traveler, adventurer, his looks will disarm you, people hang on his every word, he is not afraid to show his feminine side ... if he had one, school principals often question him just because they find him interesting, his personality is so magnetic that he is not allowed near credit cards, he never says something "tastes like … Continue reading The Most Interesting Boy in the World

Hamburg, Germany

Rebecca Hain came into our life in August, 1994.  She was 17 and left her home near Frankfurt, Germany to live a year with us as part of a student exchange program.  We met her parents, Klaus and Irene (pronounced "ear - reen' - a") in July, 1995 when they came to visit America and … Continue reading Hamburg, Germany