Amalia had her own crib but as always prefers Mommy's bed.
First Greek beach--Karathonas outside Nauplion.
Breakfast with Papou.
On the limani (harbor) in Nauplion with the lighted Bourtzi former prison in the background.
04/25/2013—Good news saved from last (hectic) week: According to the NYTimes,1) studies at the university of British Columbia on dozens of women between the ages of 50 and 70 who had mild cognitive impairment showed that regular exercise improved their memory after six months. 2) Infant mortality in the U.S. fell by 12 per cent from 2005 through 2011, due at least in part to fewer premature births and better education about preventing SIDS. 3) Although it’s taboo for women to ride bicycles in Afghanistan, Afghan women have formed their own national cycling team which practices in the dark before dawn. Now athletic trainer Shannon Galpin is taking 40 duffel bags of cycling gear to Afghanistan and the 45 Afghan woman on the team hope to qualify to compete in the next Olympics.