After one week, having more or less (emphasis on the less) settled into our Paris apartment, and with three full weeks to go until school starts, we decided to hop on a cruise ship heading into Northern Europe, Russia and the Baltics. Now admittedly, I know that cruises are for “old and retired” people, Continue reading
Wow. What a week it’s been. Since arriving in Paris on Monday morning, it seems life has been non-stop. I don’t know if it’s the newness of being retired (only 9 days now), or the excitement of actually living here? I suspect it’s both.
It’s very strange but already, just by accident, or perhaps environment, we have quickly settled into a parisienne style schedule, Continue reading
And so it begins. it’s hard to believe that only 36 hours ago, I was an executive with the largest enterprise software company in the world, effortlessly gliding through a career that spanned about 30 years, a career that afforded amazing opportunities that most only dream of in their lifetime. And now this morning, because of my lifelong insatiable need to know “what else is out there?,” I, along with my wife Susan, are Continue reading