Category Archives: Paros

A Breeze is a Gift

The Heatwave…a preparation for the hell to come? I don’t know. The air has been so still. So unnaturally still. It has frightened me and given my insecurities the power to reign my psyche. But then, the Day of the … Continue reading

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My Neighbor’s Hybiscus

One thing that makes the streets of my neighborhood so lovely is the care that is given to the plants and to the painting of the white lines around the stones. I am grateful to my neighbors’ for giving me … Continue reading

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Still metabolizing

Physical activity helps stabilize emotional stress. So every morning we ride our bikes to Livadia. On the way back this morning we stopped at the farmer’s market under the tamerisks near the port. We got a big cantaloupe with its … Continue reading

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The Neighborhood

“Welcome to Global Warming” say the newspapers as Greece is experiencing one of the most dramatic heatwaves ever. So authorities are telling citizens (and should be telling tourists, too) that certain steps should be taken immediately: avoid every single activity … Continue reading

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Mulberry Tree?

Covid has kept us away from our lovely Sussurrata. Our little family of plants has felt our absence. Some old friends have died while we were away. But then there are the unexpected new entries. Such as that of a … Continue reading

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