**Full disclosure: Thunderpants USA sent me these undies free of charge to review and share with my followers. The following is my honest opinion.** In the world of ethically made and sustainable apparel, it seems basics and undergarments are nearly always tossed by the wayside. My biggest issue is splurging on these items because honestly, … More Wear It Wednesday | Thunderpants USA
I’ve had a tough week, seriously, I’m in desperate need of resurrection Sunday. When we visited Israel in 2011, we visited the Church of Agony & I know I mention this story every Easter related post but that’s because it really means THAT much to mean and putting that experience into words is way way harder … More Easter Reflection | 2017
Yes, you can totally have an adventurous experience in the lower 48, there are plenty of cultures to experience, people to meet, food to eat, and traditions to witness. In fact, our country is so large it would probably be nearly impossible for someone to do it all in the US alone, let alone experience … More In a World with Terrorism, Why I still Travel | part 3 – Adventure
POP POP POP Laying in bed with the windows open my heart was unsettled. Police were storming the Bataclan while I laid in bed. People took hostages and were attacking people because they want to instill fear. People hating people because they are a different ethnicity, faith, tongue and that broke, and is breaking my … More In a World with Terrorism, Why I still Travel | part 2- Love
Where do I begin? At the beginning of course…it’s November 13, 2015: 9:30 pm Central European Time… We were standing on top of the world. Not really but the top of the Arc du Triumph is awfully close. The world seemed so serene, innocent from that height, looking down the Champees Elysees toward the Eiffel tower for … More In a World with Terrorism Why I still Travel | Part 1
Our last visit in Greece was off to Corinth, ancient Corinth was again a few miles from the modern city, which was down closer to the sea.
Finally, the big attraction. Athens, really who goes to Greece without doing the Acropolis, Mars Hill and a little wondering around!
After Berea, we left Central Greece and headed to Delphi, also known to the locals as the birthplace of the world.
Today, we left Thessaloniki and headed into Central Greece and went up to Berea (Acts 17:10-15).
While staying in Thessaloniki we traveled 2 hours north to Philippi for the day. I enjoyed the ruins of Philippi as they reminded me of the Bet Shean ruins in Israel.