The French television series The French Village is a must-watch series. I am addicted to this show, and trying to ration my binge-watching so it doesn’t end. Thankfully, there are seven seasons, and I am only halfway through Season 4. There are so many reasons this show is excellent, entertaining, and significant. The show takes place in the fictional French village of Villeneuve and begins in June 1940 on the day Germany invaded Franch. Continue reading
I treasure every email I receive from readers. Because Henry – A Polish Swimmer’s True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America is translated into both Polish and Czech, I occasionally receive emails from readers in Poland and the Czech Republic. They are at once special, and a validation that Henry Zguda’s story has traveled from Phoenix Arizona to his original home and nearby neighbor, the Czech Republic.
To begin 2021 on a positive, here are some of those overseas emails I have received. Enjoy!
Whew! What a year 2020 turned out to be. Remember when “contact tracing” meant you dropped your contact lens on the floor? Or “flatten the curve” meant more time at the gym? I still remember when my son did his “drive-through testing” at the DMV for his driver’s license.
Amidst the challenges, stresses, and losses of this year, I have heard of so many wonderful stories of good people helping out neighbors and community. We are a resilient people who can come together. Let’s look forward together with hope to what good things 2021 will bring.
Merry Christmas! Wesołych Świąt Feliz Navidad! Joyeux Noël! Fröhliche Weihnachten! Veselé Vánoce!
PS. In the spirit of needing more lights and smiles this season, we lit up our tall palm tree for the first time. Now, it’s a new holiday tradition. 🙂
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