View Post

Joy is Good Enough

In Living and Learning by Susan10 Comments

With time looking both more precious due to the pandemic and more endless during the recent lockdown,  I decided to take up a new activity: oil painting.  It was actually round three for me. Once …

View Post

How to Get a Digital Signature in Valencia, Spain

In Gentle Journeys by Jamie11 Comments

We’re up for our second visa renewal this year.  When I reached out for advice from our good friends at YesValencia,   Linda asked me if I had ever considered getting a digital signature.  The COVID-19 …

View Post

Deja Vu High School

In Gentle Journeys by Jamie4 Comments

As I sat down to write this post it dawned on me that it has been 50 years since I graduated from St. Catherine’s High School in Racine, Wisconsin.   Fifty years is a long time.  …

View Post

I’ll Be Using Idioms Until the Cows Come Home

In Gentle Journeys by Susan1 Comment

Something I’ve learned during my time in Spain is that my speech is full of idioms.  When Jamie called me out on this, I thought, well maybe I use these expressions once in a blue …

View Post

An Independent, Family Owned Insurance Agency That’s Expat Friendly

In Gentle Journeys by Susan6 Comments

Julija Roslova, English speaking associate, and Ángel Giron Descalzo, Technical Director. We just had our annual insurance review.  I can’t describe how freeing it is to have nothing but health and renter’s insurance to discuss.  …