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Priorities and New Realities  Posted on 05/09/2015
It’s been almost a year since my last blog. Life is becoming more and more hectic in Armenia. I remember when we first arrived here to settle, almost 12 years ago; scarce cars on the streets, few supermarkets, less restaurants, more...
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Adventures in France: Toulouse and Montpellier  Posted on 07/01/2014
After the wedding brunch on sunday, we started the next part of our adventure: heading towards south of France. the first stop was Toulouse. Unfortunately, the weather was a little colder and it as raining all the time. We tried to walk a...
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Adventures in Paris: Day two  Posted on 06/25/2014
Today was Euro-Disney day! Although I don't like the place and the whole concept of Disney, I made an extra effort to make the journey, since the kids were so excited about it. The good thing was that we had beautiful weather and we...
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Adventures in Paris: Day one  Posted on 06/24/2014
Yes, finally we are taking that long-awaited family vacation with the whole bunch. Paris is the first destination! Lots of planning needed when you are travelling with a 3, 9, 11 and a 13 year old, to keep everyone almost satisfied. The...
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Some of us will die on this land  Posted on 08/10/2013
I know it’s depressing to talk about death, loss and bereavement but some recent events made me think more and more about this topic. Sose and Allen A couple of months ago, the sudden death of a young repat couple, Sosé and...
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Canadian Adventures: Camp Tamaracouta  Posted on 07/09/2013
For as long as i remember scouting was always part of my life. I used to be a girl guide in Lebanon for a while, then when we moved to Montreal, i got involved in the movement here as a cub assistant then a leader. My nickname was Akela...
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Mima is gone, but not entirely  Posted on 06/28/2013
Finally back to Canada, with the entire family.  When we leave a place, we never really leave it completely; we just grab some parts of it and take it with us everywhere, then add some parts to it over time. We collect fragments of...
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40+  Posted on 05/26/2012
I will be 40 this year, in a couple of months. I am not usually someone who is concerned with the idea of getting old. I rarely think of myself as soon-to-be 40 year old. But oddly enough, these past weeks I have been thinking a lot about...
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