Wrapping up the holiday season

First, we need to finish the previous post and give you the link to our movie of Kleeschen.

In the US, chocolate eggs were for springtime, specifically Easter. ..

Something for the kids

One thing that holds true across the Western world as we know it: Christmas is devoted to the children. ..

Going native — for the moment

When we moved to Dublin, just over four years ago, I had many coats. Unfortunately, all of them were far more appropriate to the temperatures and seasons of Chicagoland. ..

Europe >= America, episode 1: Coke Zero

Anyone that spends thirty minutes with me will learn that I love soda, specifically products made by the Coca-Cola company.
In the past, I was a Diet Coke gal, but then Coke Zero stole my heart.

Killing us softly…..

I love cut flowers, especially the spring bulbs (tulips and hyacinths) and the summer garden flowers (zinnias and the like). ..

Boring food, just as I hoped

When the Bugle staff consider blog topics regarding food, they typically look for exotic or superior products and experiences that might be rare on other continents.

Luxembourg Culture – off the vine

Some of us continued our trend of getting out to local Luxembourg-ville events this weekend. Some of us had the stomach flu and had to stay home. ..

Living, in the pantry

Contrary to what you see most of the time here at the Bugle, our lives are not completely filled with travel, history and fun. ..

Best Shopping Day of 2010

Last Saturday, totally out of the blue, Will and I had the best shopping day ever, or at least of 2010. ..

Wéi seet een “boneless pork patty” op Lëtzebuergesch?

How do you say “McRib” in Luxembourgish?