Honestly, I don’t even know where to begin when trying to explain how great Thanksgiving is. I guess I can start by saying that a mere side effect of this holiday is one of the very best things about it: it acts as a barrier to Christmas, that overblown, corporate-driven,
One of the last things I did before publishing my book, Stranger in a Stranger Land: My Six Years in Korea, was work on the dedication section, not that the many people who I wanted to thank and acknowledge hadn’t been on my mind the whole time. I guess I
For almost eight of the last 15 years of my life, I've lived outside of America. Most of that time was spent in Asia, but I also lived in Southern Africa and have traveled extensively through Europe, and Central and South America. I won't bore you with all the exact details,
In September of 2014, I was lucky enough to go to Cappadocia, Turkey. It's a place famous for its other-worldly landscape, 1700-year-old buildings carved into stunning rock formations and the numerous hot air balloons that take over the predawn sky every day (weather permitting).
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Paul's Notes from the Farm were a huge hit last month, so I asked him if I could share some more of his short stories, and he graciously agreed. Paul, who says the movie Thor is loosely based on a Saturday night he had back in 1997, went to high