Cheryl Koshuta

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Ceramic artist in Krakow

Ceramic artist in Krakow

I wrote this message before I left Poland. It’s now two weeks later, but I decided to post it anyway–to be followed by a new one about the two weeks that have just passed. Forgive my time lag and enjoy the journey.

Last day in Kraków:  Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about risk. Many people think I take a lot of risks—they call it bravery, or pluck, or a sense of adventure. But what they mean is that I’m taking risks, whether wisely or not. Things like putting everything I own in storage and renting out my house. Traveling without a firm plan–and for such a long time. Doing it alone—that’s the one that gets the most comments. The truth is, risk is completely relative. (more…)

Kraków Memories

Corpus Christi Procession

Corpus Christi Procession

I had good intentions. Really I did. To post more often while here in Kraków. But tomorrow is my last full day here—so it’s too late now to post a lot. But not too late to share some impressions and elaborate on a few things—to whet your appetite for coming here and seeing Poland for yourself. (more…)