Monthly Archives: August 2016

Creativity

I was beating myself up this summer for not writing more on this blog. I just couldn’t bring myself to do it even when I wasn’t dead on my feet (which actually was a lot of the time). Towards the … Continue reading

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The Shift

Another excavation season has come and gone and it is now time for me to shift hats and become Latin teacher Andy again. I think this shift, more than the jet lag, is my biggest challenge mostly because I have … Continue reading

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Pest Town

Today Konstantina and I ventured out across the Danube river to Pest. We walked up to the Parliament building where we visited the underground memorial to the 1956 Uprising and the lapidarium of stones from before the building was refurbished. … Continue reading

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Buda Hill

I know my travelogue from Italy was lacking (sorry, hopefully I can get some pictures posted later). But I am in Budapest right now and on vacation so I have some time to sit and write (and lord knows if … Continue reading

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A Summer of Loss

Sorry for so long a hiatus on the blog posts, usually it only lasts for as long as the high school students are here but circumstances beyond my control took hold of my summer. Here we are at the end … Continue reading

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