Write2Camp in Europe

Come and literally join me on my literary journey!


Our summer cottage. lol

Me, with my husband and granddaughter visiting castles in Bavaria, Germany.

Life alone is  a journey.  I have gone down many a road, just like everyone else. My journey started in Arlington, Massachusetts, and led me across the big blue pond to Germany.  But now, I can honestly say, I feel like I’m finally able to do what I have always hoped to do. Being able to share that with my husband,  and still feel the magic is truly a blessing.

For many years, traveling wasn’t our number one priority. Years of raising our children, meeting with wonderful friends, and simply enjoying all there was within our financial boundaries was plenty enough for us. We  hiked, went on bike excursions, watched our sons  play ice-hockey. I wrote children plays, produced and directed them. Later on,  I opened  my own real-estate business. But all the time, writing was in the back of my mind. I’m a hobby artist, but as wonderful as that is, I really prefer to paint images with words.

I’m  delighted to have you join me on my journey. I have no idea where it will lead to, but I can promise you for sure:  my first book will be launched on Amazon and others will  follow. Till then,  enjoy this caravan journey with me — just  as much as the destination.

Happy reading! And lots of friendly greetings from Bavaria, Germany.




17 thoughts on “ABOUT ME

  1. I’m so happy to know you!

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  2. ((Ruth)), <3, and I you.

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  3. All good wishes being sent to you from Arlington, MA…where your journey began!

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  4. Thank you Bonnie! You were a big part of my childhood. I’m so happy to see you here. Sending hugs!

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  5. Fun reading! You have been quite “productive” in different areas of your life. Good for you! I hope you just continue having fun so that I can be along for the ride this time. Good Luck, my friend 🙂


  6. I thank God every day for you in my life and for us being able to accompany each other through the last 10 years. What a joy it is to journey with each other down the many roads we travel, both geographical and personal. I’m excited to see where we go from here…

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  7. Sharon.. the only place we can go from here is… go on a vacation together! Or you and hubby come visit me in good old Germany. 🙂 Sending love and hugs.

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  8. Maybe next year! Hugs to you too xoxo

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  9. Hi, My name is Sharukh Bamboat, one of the hosts of the Cherished Blogfest that you signed up for. I am glad that you decided to participate in it and write about the objects that you cherish in 500 words. I would request you to please put up the ‘Cherished’ blogfest badge on your blog sidebar to help your audience know that you’re participating. If you’ve already done that, kindly ignore it and I thank you for supporting the blogfest. You can also schedule the blog in advance, so that you can visit the other blogs during those three days of the fest. You can interact and make friends with other bloggers through the blogs available on the linky list. Also, please provide me with your email ID, that will help me to communicate with you efficiently about the upcoming blogfest. You can either reply this comment, or email me at – pathbreakingwriter@gmail.com

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  10. Hello… Delighted to have discovered yoyur blog thanks to the Cherished blogfest being organised by Damyanti with whuch i’m helping as one of the co-hosts. Looks like you’re at the bef=ginning of a new and exciting journey and chapter of your life, and my sincere wioshes for your future writing projects and books….

    Sincere regards, Paul…

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  11. ps.. apologies for the appalling typing here, a very tempremental keyboard at the moment…

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  12. Hello echoesofthepen! Thank you for your well wishes, and I’m truly looking forward to meeting and exchanging with other bloggers. Oh,… and better a ‘tempremental’ keyboard, lol, than a boring one. 🙂


  13. Haha, now I understand why your English is perfect! Great site.

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  14. Haha, I get sometimes compliments from Americans who I meet here because of my english. Too funny. Still, It’s always important to keep conversing inthe mother tongue.



  16. Is there an email address through which I can contact you?

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