Category Archives for "Slovenian American"
These days I was actually supposed to be on a big trip all the way down south. But (my) life frequently makes unexpected turns and instead of enjoying the touristy environment of the Key West, I cooked the complete turkey dinner at home, went to a Thanksgiving party the next day, and worked on some […]Continue reading
. . Sveti Martin (Saint Martin) Image credit . . November days The month of November can be quite dull. The weather all of a sudden changes from one extreme to another and any day can surprise us with an Indian summer, a tropical storm or a snow storm. The days get really short and […]Continue reading
As the leaves are turning their color from summery-green into a rainbow of warm and cheerful autumn colors, a new dance season at Slovenian American Club in Spring Hill is fast approaching. I hope you all had a fun summer and enough sun to charge your energy-containing batteries to the fullest, to last you until […]Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve last posted anything in here and I’m glad I’m not on some kind of a preplanned schedule. That’s how I’m able to write when I really have something to share and I like it that way!! 🙂 Until now we’ve all been through some heat spells and severe summer […]Continue reading
It’s a beautiful morning out there. Everything is quiet. No cars, no voices. Just the sunshine, making leaves of the oak trees glistening in gold, birds chirping, and fresh morning air that feels like it’s filling me up with reviving energy. As I opened all of my windows, a spring-style decoration, hanging from the ceiling […]Continue reading
Spring makes the world beautiful My roses are in full bloom, so are my cannas – and yellow lantanas that only started blooming in late July last year, are covered in buds. Everything seems to be really early this spring and I greatly enjoy the abundance of flowers and early greenery. It all affects me […]Continue reading
Have you ever tried to use two languages at the same time? Well, that can be quite fun with people who also speak both languages. The use of words gets incredibly creative and sentences can turn out very funny. But in cases when I have to act as a translator/interpreter between Slovenian-speaking and English-speaking person, […]Continue reading