It seems like I haven't been anywhere for the holidays for a decade now, that I wasn't homesick for somewhere else.
We've just had a lovely batch of snow, he got an extra day off and I am quite busy with my practice.
I have a full-time job now, between managing the practice, and actually "practicing".
I'm listening to Thomas Friedman talk about traveling between Europe and the US being like "travelling between the Jetsons & the Flintstones".
He's right. We may have pioneered, but we are lost in a political morass of past loyalties keeping new ideas, technologies, even rational science from improving our lives.
We took high-speed trains across Europe, safe, sound, well fed and catered to. The most expensive train took us across Europe for less than $450 in less than 7 hours.
We still talk about going back, because no one here can get enough momentum to go forward.