As with every year before it and, most likely, every year to come, 2017 was a year of ups and downs. Continue reading “Petite Adventures YEAR in Review: 2017”
Well, September was quite the month.
The first two weeks of the month were nothing short of a whirlwind. In just a matter of days I finished up work, packed up and (intensely) cleaned our flat, and said goodbye to friends.
Before I could even take a breath, we were on our way to Stockholm, saying goodbye to Leeds for the foreseeable future. Continue reading “Petite Adventures Month in Review: September 2017”
Last Friday marked the one-year anniversary of our arrival in Leeds. The day would have gone completely unnoticed if not for Facebook memories reminding me of our hours long journey across the Atlantic, and the ensuing jet lag that just. wouldn’t. end.
I had so many hopes, dreams and plans for our time in Leeds, and as usual, things didn’t go exactly as I’d planned. Continue reading “One Year in Leeds”
And, once again, I’ve gone an entire month without really posting anything.
Let’s all say it together: Worst. Blogger. Ever. Again.
Oh well. C’est la vie. Moving on.
Overall, August was a pretty good month and saw us taking a delightful city break to the south of the Netherlands to visit friends. We spent three glorious days riding bikes along the canals, exploring smaller cities like Nijmegen and Molenhoek, eating Bitteballen, and drinking beer.
It was fantastic! The air was so clean and clear, and it was such a treat to be out in nature, riding bikes alongside fields of sheep and cows. Honestly, it was just the break that we both needed after a hectic July. Continue reading “Petite Adventures Month in Review: August 2017”
Guess who’s back, back again. Kate is back, tell a friend.
Sorry for the radio silence of late. I just needed to take a break. Continue reading “Petite Adventures Month in Review: July 2017”