Category Archives for "Slovenian American"

February 8, 2012

All the beautiful things

Florida skies

In my previous email I half-way jokingly promised there would be no whining the next time around. And am I glad I wrote most of this post days ago! Because afterwords I was tempted once again to feel sorry for myself… 🙁 There’s one good thing about me being blue. I don’t try to drag […]

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January 23, 2012

Good news: Discounts and more!

Dancing

I’ve been juggling with writing, laundry and phone calls all day long. Most of these things I’d really like to finish today because I have to go to a meeting tomorrow but life just seems tough for me when I run out of chocolate. . The last chocolate I had were two bars of dark […]

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January 6, 2012

Second Jam Session Dance

Dance

Before the beginning of this season there was a lot of discussions whether or not we should try jam sessions on weekday – every first Wednesday of the month – after the board meeting. It has never been done before in the history of this club so we all knew that it might take some […]

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September 4, 2011

Exciting times and Pollyanna-ism

Little girl, drawing

I’ve been through some really exciting times recently – for a simple reason. I’ve been working on two of my new projects. Every now and then I realize how fortunate I am – to be able to find so much happiness in little things… Anyway, my first project – that took most of my after-computer […]

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June 30, 2011

Letter from Enon Valley

Slovenian hayrack

Now that I’m done with my breakfast which consisted of multi-grain-spelt-flat-breads with some butter and delicious apple butter, I’m sitting outside on the deck (or maybe that’s porch?), sipping my usual morning mug of hot chocolate soy milk , writing. I haven’t done any writing in quite a few days and by now I started […]

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May 13, 2011

What a difference a day made…

Florida

This time of the year it seems to me like my part of Central Florida turns all quiet and uneventful. Pretty much all of the Snowbirds are gone – or are on their way to their northern, summer homes. However, this is also the time of the year when mornings and evenings are still nice […]

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