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I recently haven’t blogged as much as I announced. My year so far has been a little chaotic – or let’s say it had some start-up difficulties. While I was hoping for everything to stay as it was in the new year, life thought differently. During the first week of January I learned that financial […]

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Boston: The Museum of Science

Although everybody recommended the Museum of Science in Boston to me, I never went there until two weeks ago. On a Saturday afternoon my friend, her kids, her kids’ friends and I drove to the Museum that is on the banks of the Charles River. As a teacher working in Massachusetts I got an entry […]

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Fünf Fragen am Fünften: February 2018

It is almost mid-February and therefore time again for the next set of five questions that Nic asks on her blog luziapimpinella every month: 1. Are you wide awake as soon as you wake up in the morning? That depends. I have realized that this changes depending on the time I set my alarm for. […]

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Week in review: 5 – 11 February 2018

Yesterday evening I went to the movies with a friend to watch “The Post”. I hadn’t given that movie much thought before and was therefore very positively surprised: “The Post is a 2017 American historical drama political thriller film […]. It stars Meryl Streep as Katharine Graham and Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee […]. Set […]

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Travel: Taughannock Falls & Mecklenburg in the Middle of Upstate New York

Last summer I went on my exciting road trip from Boston to the Finger Lakes to the Niagara Falls to Toronto. All the more exciting because my car kept grunting. The advantage of a road trip is definitely though that with a car I can change my mind about where to go next all the […]

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