Airplanes: Still one of the safest ways to travel (and here are some statistics to prove it!)

Posted on May 20th, 2015 by BreAnn

With a bunch of airline crashes topping headlines over the past year or so, it may have put some doubt and hesitation in your heart about the safety of flying. In reality, right now airline crashes are at an all-time low, and there are some incredible statistics to prove it.  Did you know you only […]

Life in Cape Town (so far)

Posted on November 22nd, 2013 by BreAnn

Life in Cape Town (so far) Time sure has flown by… James and I have been living in Cape Town, South Africa for a couple months so far, and many of you have probably been wondering how it is here: is there a lot of crime? Are wild animals roaming around outside? How is James’ […]

If the world population was 100 people: Interesting statistics

Posted on November 3rd, 2013 by BreAnn

According to the latest statistics, the world population has now reached 7 BILLION PEOPLE! There are SO many people living in the world today, it’s pretty hard to comprehend what that number even means. So… what if we took the world population and reduced that number down to only 100 people? Do you realize only […]

Arrived safe in San Sebastian!

Posted on February 27th, 2008 by BreAnn

Sonny and I arrived safe and sound in San Sebastian this afternoon.  The flights, schedules, and overall situation actually went extremely well . . . considering the total travel time was about 20 hours, and especially considering I was traveling with 3 checked bags and a carry-on dog and SUPER heavy laptop backpack.  AND especially […]

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