Across the Pond's subtitle is Culture, Lifestyle, Politics: An Immigrant from Austria Explores L.A. and America Beyond It. That sums it up pretty well. [Hits: 53 - Added: 20-01-11]http://christinaschweighofer.blogspot.com/
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It Started in LA is a blog about me & all things LA–The sights, sounds & happenings around Beverly Hills, Hollywood, LA & beyond as seen by …... [Hits: 34 - Added: 19-03-14]http://itstartedinla.com/
A travel blog that will make you laugh, cry and wonder why on earth you are not traveling. [Hits: 4 - Added: 13-03-16]http://www.whoneedsmaps.com
This year we’re “stuck” at home for Christmas given we’re under Stay-at-home orders in California. It made me consider the differences between America and Australia when it com... read more
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How did women, whom Jesus treated as equals, become second class Christians? Why have they retained this inferior status until today, especially in the Roman Catholic church? When will it change?
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Geeeezzzee. Has it really been 2 months? No, it's been 2 months and 4 days. #shameonme
Not sure how it happened. Or I do - I was too busy, then I was too lazy, then I forgot. And when I remembered I f... read more
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I Discover America: Experiences, Lessons, Surprises of Life in USA
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