I thought I’d share this great column written by Roger Robinson—fantastic author, world-class runner, and great friend of the Willis family. Hope you all enjoy reading it as much as we did.
Sunday morning I awoke to hear unfamiliar voices in our house. I laid in bed for a while trying to think who could be dropping by at 7:30 AM. Confused, I got up and peeked out into the living room to find Nick chatting on the couch with a man and a woman I had… Continue reading Back to Ann Arbor; Back to Work
As I write this, Nick and I are sitting on a train taking us from Padova to Verona—the city of Romeo and Juliet. Coincidentally, we’ve been seeing lots of local Romeos and Juliets around Padova making out on buses, groping on street corners, and seductively feeding each other at restaurants. Ahh, Italy, the country of… Continue reading Italy: part due
We’ve settled in at our hotel in Padova, Italy. Padova is a medium-sized city about one hour west of Venice. We’ve been here about two days now but it already feels like we’ve been here longer. We’ve tried to make an effort to get out more and experience the places we’re traveling to for Nick’s… Continue reading Buongiorno!