Mermaid's Cottage on Lesbos Island
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- 4 klijenti
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Here's a little about me and my family. My wife, Kristin, and I enjoy traveling, especially to Greece and England. My father, John, was from the Island of Lesbos, Greece, my mother, Florence, was from Birmingham, UK. We have five children: Christopher, Gregory, Kathryn, George and Anastasia. All of our kids have traveled extensively, especially to Greece, and they love their grandfather's native land. Kristin and I live in the lovely college town of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. We have owned our Greek village home in the Vafieos/Molyvos area of Lesbos for many years. We enjoy holidays in our Mermaid's Cottage as often as we can escape the "rat-race" here in the states. Our dream is to retire to Lesbos. Before moving to Alabama in 1988, we lived in rural New England, in the village of Freedom, Maine. There I owned and operated The Farmstead Press. Our company published Farmstead, a back-to-the-land magazine. Our publication carried information about growing organic gardens, raising livestock, utilizing alternative energy, such as wood, wind and solar, fishing and foraging for wild edibles, keeping fit and eating well. I ran the company for 15 years before selling it to The Mother Earth News and accepting a job at the University of Alabama's College of Communication. At UA, I was Associate Professor of Journalism and Chair of the Magazine Publishing Program. Currently, however, Kristin and I work in higher education. Kristin is a professor in the College of Human Development at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. I am a professor in the English Department at Judson College, Marion, Alabama, which is a Christian liberal arts school for women. I teach journalism and public speaking classes. I am also the college's Public Relations Director, as well as the Judson Garden Coordinator. Judson College is celebrating its 175th anniversary. We also keep busy in our "spare time." Kristin and I operate a children's theater company, called Peanutbutter and Jelly Players. It is an inclusive enrichment program for kids in theater arts; our motto is PB&J Players is "The Children's Theater Where Every Kid is a Star on Stage!" Well, that's about it for who we are. But did I mention something about retiring to Greece? At the rate we're going, we may never find the time to just kick back and chill.
Here's a little about me and my family. My wife, Kristin, and I enjoy traveling, especially to Greece and England. My father, John, was from the Island of Lesbos, Greece, my mother…
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- Lingwi: English, Ελληνικά, Русский
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