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Goodbye Oslo, Hello Helsinki

After spending nearly a week in the capital of Norway, I decided to visit Helsinki again where my cousin currently lives. Not to confuse anyone, but her name is also Elizabeth – just spelled with an s instead of z…. Continue Reading →

The Year of the Long Walk

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The second half of the day I connected with an Instagram friend of mine Ursula, @ursula_uriate, at a local Joe and the Juice where we met up with Julia and Nicole. Ursula and Nicole had already met up and were… Continue Reading →

Pride & Prejudice and Me

I’d like to believe in happily ever afters found in fairy tales and classic literature like Pride & Prejudice. That, of course, is my hopeless romanticism speaking. (Well, technically not all fairy tales, but that is another story entirely). Do… Continue Reading →

Terms of Endearment and Me

By Elizabeth Boyd Miller Here’s the deal. I have a love/hate relationship with terms of endearment. In writing, I may use “dear,” “darling,” or another related term in an attempt to express my thoughts. But only when they are justifiable… Continue Reading →

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