Monthly Archives: November 2012
Afghanistan actually owes its existence, as a national entity, on trade. It lies astride the famous “Silk Road” that ran from China to Europe, ending at the stone bridge, or “steinbrucke” in modern-day Regensburg, Germany. Odd fun fact: our family … Continue reading
For the first time in four years, I am enjoying Thanksgiving at my home in America, with my family. Words cannot express how wonderful and strange this feels. During this time, I cannot help but to go back and remember … Continue reading
Rocking out in Afghanistan.
On September 15th, 2011, I was having a bad day. My friends and I were spending a long frustrating day looking for an art show. And we were having no luck finding it. During our time here, I’ve become quite … Continue reading
When I arrived in Kabul for the first time in January of 2009, I was struck by how interesting the city view was. A mix of old and new, with traffic of all kinds, everywhere, mostly sitting still, waiting for … Continue reading