Tag Archives: down the memory lane

Field of Forget Me Nots

I remember. I was just a kiddo, when history was happening all around me. As a second grader I’ve witnessed Lithuania declare it’s independence and its subsequent struggle to maintain this freedom as a Soviet monster wasn’t yet ready to … Continue reading

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Testimonies

There’s a small cemetery just right outside the village. It’s just like many other in the Lithuanian countryside – situated on a small hill, with plenty of shadows cast by trees, and with an ancient looking mossy stone wall around … Continue reading

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A pie connection

There was never any lack of fresh eggs, veggies or just jars with various canned/dried goods in our home when I was a kid. How could there be?! Both pairs of grandparents kept not so small farms after all, so … Continue reading

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Flower pot craze or meet my own boss from hell

My first encounter with a boss from hell was in 2006, when I started my work at SEM as an office manager.  At that time SEM was just a small unit of a really huge international corporation operating in Lithuania … Continue reading

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Re-post. Don’t get lost

Don’t get lost. On a recent leisure’s stroll through the forest I’ve noticed these trees with arrows painted on them, and they reminded me of an exciting hide and seek game from my childhood. Arrows. Back in time we used … Continue reading

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