By Terry Weber
Posted Feb. 6, 2015 at 9:02 AM
The good news is that you can complete your shopping for Valentine’s Day right here on Cape Ann. The bad news? You only have eight more days to shop! Yes, you can make dinner reservations, send flowers, and buy chocolates, as most people do. But this year, why not think outside the candy box?
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Check out the story at The Cape Ann Beacon website-
Charlee, a Cape Ann Beacon correspondent has traveled to China where she will be teaching and also blogging on her new blog- www.charleebeth.wordpress.com I’m really looking forward to Charlee’s updates. Even with her first couple of posts I feel transported. What a journey.
Live it up kid. Remember what I told you- you have that blank canvas- paint a beautiful picture.
This from China-
Hello All from Qufu, China!
I just wanted to let all of you know that you can keep up with my travels in India, China and hopefully South East Asia through my blog: www.charleebeth.wordpress.com. I’ll have the first few entries up by Friday afternoon, I’m hoping. If there are any other updates I want to pass along West, I will most likely be sending them to this group list. If you’d like to be taken off of the list, please let me know.
Also, here is my address here in Qufu. I would love to hear any news from home you guys are willing to pass along.
College of International Cultural Exchange
Qufu Teachers University
Qudu, Shandong 273165
Peoples Republic of China
Sending all my love and best wishes from the Orient,
click the picture for the interview with Charlee at The Lone Gull
If you get a chance, leave Charlee a comment on her blog to let her know you saw it. Bloggers love feedback. It lets them know that what they’re doing is worth while.
Note how I have the table that the camera is sitting on in perfect focus!
Brilliant camerawork :)
Charlee Bianchini, a correspondent for the Cape Ann Beacon approached me about a month ago to do a story about GMG, my involvement as a part of the team that brings you the Block Parties and my love of Gloucester.
I set up my camera for the interview and videotaped us sitting at The Lone Gull while she asked me questions for the article. The video is uploading now and I’ll post it here once It gets done rendering. Charlee will be heading to China in a couple days to do some teaching. She is in the process of starting her own blog and hopefully she will follow through with it and send us pictures and stories from China.
Here’s a screen shot –
Charlee Bianchini Interviews Joey Ciaramitaro At The Lone Gull