As soon as I retired I hit the road. I am now a nomad traveling the USA in a minivan. This blog is my travelogue / journal about those travels.
ejgresearch has written 38 posts for EJG Research

What’s Going On?

I’m blogging again, however, on a different site. The new blog is called wanderingthroughretirement.com and it’s about my new adventures. I’m still writing and books are being published. However, since I retired from my day job, I’ve been in traveling mode. Come on over and see .

Good News and Bad News

Bad News First The Word Love blog is shutting down. If you have been following me, Thank You. I appreciate all the votes of confidence. Good News EJG Research is not going away. I plan to continue the business in a different form. if you want to keep in touch regarding my writing projects, you … Continue reading

Wanderlust: A romantic notion or a way of life?

A strong desire to travel. A love of the open road. A yearning to get up and go. All these phrases describe a word that comes from Middle High German. Wandern (to hike) and Lust (desire) eventually were loosely translated into English as “enjoyment of roaming about.” “Got to find my corner of the sky” … Continue reading

The Majesty in a Mountain

Driving through the Rocky Mountains, I think I can finally grasp the true meaning of the word majestic. You know that feeling of fullness when you see a gorgeous sunrise? Yeah, it’s like that. Majesty is the quality of being impressive and great. Works for royalty, and for mountains. “Originally, during the Roman republic, the … Continue reading

Reflection is More Than A Face In a Mirror

“Out on the road today, I saw a Deadhead sticker on a Cadillac. A little voice inside my head said Don’t look back You can never look back.” Don Henley If you are of a certain age, like me, you know what this song is talking about. You can’t go back to your youth. Everything … Continue reading

Five Senses, Why We Need Them

I love the smell of lilacs in the afternoon. I love the taste of hot fudge on vanilla ice cream. I love the feel of freshly landered sheets. I love the sound of my grandaughter’s laughter. I love the sight of a sunrise after an overnight thunderstorm. Our senses are the way we experience the … Continue reading

Research – Why Do We Do It?

If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it? Albert Einstein The definition of the word research gives no clue at all of what a  satisfying pastime it can be. diligent and systematic inquiry or investigation into a subject in order to discover or revise facts, theories, … Continue reading

Excuse me? Did You Say Hokey?

A reader asked me about a word I used in my introductory post.  “Did you mean to call yourself hokey?” Yep.  I said I’m hokey. If you have never heard that word, well…here’s your word for today. I grew up with a bunch of boys. I was the only girl in the neighborhood and I stood … Continue reading

A Little Help Please

Have you ever had the dreaded “writer’s block?”  That difficult-to-define mood you get into when you just can’t seem to find any words that go together. I can see why it’s called the writer’s worst nightmare. Here I am again, trying to find a reason to create a blog post. Sometimes it’s really hard to … Continue reading

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