Tuesday Tunes: Melt With You

  Basilica di San Lorenzo Chapel of the Princes Florence, Italy   It’s summertime, and the living is….well, HOT!  Hot enough to melt! The temperatures have been soaring into the 90 degree F. range not only in the Southern United States but in many other places as well.  So, the idea (or at least the memory) of something cold and […]

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Shattered

 Startled, I sat up in bed.  “Scott–did you hear that?  I just heard glass breaking,” I whispered.  My heart was pounding uncontrollably.  Living in a 227-year-old house, I’m well-accustomed to the quirky noises that it makes, but this was different.      “You were dreaming.  It’s nothing,” he assured me.      “I was not dreaming,” I hissed.  I heard […]

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So Many Reasons to Love London

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life.” ~Samuel  Johnson   I first visited London when I was 21 years-old.  I was on a study abroad program while an undergraduate at Hollins College (now Hollins University)—a four-year, private women’s college in Roanoke, Virginia.  To this day, I believe that my time living and studying abroad had […]

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Friday Farm Favorites: Sudeley Castle Gardens

Whenever Farmguy and I visit the Cotswolds, we always make a point of spending the day at Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe in Gloucestershire, England.  The present structure was built in the 15th century and has nine individual gardens.  These lovely and historical gardens are associated with four of England’s queens—Anne Boleyn, Katherine Parr, Lady Jane Grey, and Elizabeth I.   […]

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Celebrate!!

Happy New Year! Wishing you a healthy and happy 2017!!   One of our favorite places for New Year’s Eve is the Hogmanay Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.  I hope you enjoy this video, courtesy of Farmguy.  It’s the spectacular fireworks display from last year.  Enjoy!         A heartfelt thank you for following Fourth Generation Farmgirl. 🙂 xoxo      

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Parisian Food Tour

I have to say, a food walking tour is a great way to see a city.  Farmguy and I recently visited Paris, and on our first full day there, we received a fun and informative introduction to this fabulous place.  We met up with our guide, a delightful, English-speaking gal whom we discovered through Viator.com, Paris Food Walking Tour/ Meeting […]

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