I’m a former pharmacist (for a brief time during the Reagan administration) who’s real calling was probably anything that has to do with cooking, plants, literature and especially knitting; hence my last and favorite job, working at Woolyminded, a wonderful yarn store. But now, I have moved half a world away to Shanghai where my husband will be working. Lots of people are interested in what we will be doing here and I have always kept journals of our travels, so I thought I’d do it the modern way and keep a blog.


6 Responses to About

  1. V.L.Newhouse says:

    Dear Marisa
    I love your blog! Please continue it. The pictures add a great deal.
    Love, Vernon,

  2. HI Marisa! Thanks for linking to our blog. I’m enjoying reading and seeing all the pictures on yours as well. It makes me a little reminiscent; I’ve been to Asia twice, one of those times in China.

    • Hi David! Yes your Mom told me that you had been to China. From my perch on the 24th floor of our luxury high rise surrounded by Gucci and Salvatore Ferragamo, your experience in Uganda seems so much more provocative and remarkable than mine. Keep writing; it’s always good to know what’s going on in parts of the world we don’t hear much about.

  3. Hi Marisa,

    I’ve nominated your blog for a Liebster Award 😉 Check our latest post for the details…

  4. I love your outlook on life , keep up the great blog.I gave you a follow so i’m hoping to catch your most recent post.take care.

  5. bigkaratas says:

    Hey Marisa!
    Thanks a lot for the kind words about The Other Tour. Looking forward to reading the second part!!!

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