Tag: Spain

Present Tense – #9

This is the moment when we were still happy. We were in Malaga, Spain, at the Alcazaba, which is essentially a fortified palace built in the eleventh century, and then modified for several successive centuries. (Because that’s what people did back then. Somebody would build a building, then […]

Present Tense – #7

And so it came to pass that the weary travelers were once again reunited with their long-lost luggage. It was a beautiful and touching moment, with various deities smiling from above and Celine Dion warbling a ditty about how the sightseeing and sangria-drinking could now go on and […]

Present Tense – #6

Hold up. I just left this to come back to Dallas? Clearly, I need to reevaluate my life choices. Oh, wait. There’s the little boy in me, in the lower right corner, refusing to rejoin the adult world, with all the irritating responsibility such an action entails, determinedly […]