Tag Archives: Languedoc

A Day of Meze

If any of you are Scrabble players or Crossword Puzzles, the word “meze” is probably a word that you have encountered.  The words origin is lost in the annals of the world, but to the Armenians it means to eat … Continue reading

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Two Chilled Ones After the Drive

I am sure that everyone thinks that in the summertime, orange barrels are a rite of Spring.  In Michigan they have become our State Flower, our State Tree and our State Bush.  We had a change of regimes in our … Continue reading

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Diving into Hampton Water

Some friends of ours just came back from a cruise and they brought us a bottle of Rosé wine, and they were very excited about it when they physically handed it to my Bride.  They were sure that I would … Continue reading

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February Wine Club Selections

In the month of February besides writing about birthdays and Valentine’s Day, I will now also get to write about the monthly wine selections from Fine Wine Source in Livonia, Michigan.  I think even more important to picking up the … Continue reading

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The Historic Holly Hotel

Our Christmas gift from our son and his wife was to have dinner at the historic Holly Hotel in Holly, Michigan.  Originally known as the Hirst Hotel it was built in 1891 to capitalize on the railroad travelers and it … Continue reading

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A Singular Birthday

We had just got back from Crystal Mountain and there was another get-together in the works.  This time four of the five sisters would be together, but they were all getting together to celebrate a two-year-old, who was getting her … Continue reading

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A Godson’s Graduation

We have had quite a few graduation parties to attend this year, that is one of the benefits of getting older.  Most of them have been nephews or nieces and some are the children of cousins, that is what happens … Continue reading

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