Our travel east from Paris to Verdun and the Argonne forest was through Reims. Before the return train, we quickly visited the cathedral. Restoration work continues on the west front — and, coincidentally, to a portion of the nearby Carnegie library.
Cousins raised as brothers — four boys from two sisters who married two brothers — only one would survive the Great War.
Inspired by The Wedding Registry Gifts We Still Use 10 Years Later (and the Ones We Don’t) — via Life in the Kitchen | The Kitchn I have strangely strong opinions on napkin rings. And you’re using them wrong. The mention in
I was surprised on a recent trip to learn that Meuse-Argonne is the largest American military cemetery in Europe. It is the second largest in the world; only the American military cemetery in Manila is larger. Even with the late (albeit
It was when I came upon “C-l-o-u…” that I hit the motherlode — all 6 mentions of Cloutier matched names and dates in the Long pedigree index provided by my sister. And while the index is literally long, the name comes from my mother,
A day like any other: feed the cat; a boy ready for school; work in the apartment. A trip to the grocery. On the way to the grocery, the french flag in the Place de Clichy caught the light in an uncommon way. It’s 2