I started this blog to share some of the thoughts I have along the journey of life. I love to travel and spend time with my family and friends. A good meal, breaking bread with those I love, gives my life meaning. So does travel. I adore dreaming of sites to visit, not just to check them off on a list. Rather, I consider myself a student of life, traveling as an explorer, to open my mind to all the possibilities the world holds in store for me and for others. I love to travel to discover how different the world is in terms of climate, cultures, politics, terrain, economy, etc. but also to discover how SIMILAR the people are. Despite language barriers, much can be communicated with a smile or gestures. Language is simply a means to communicate, yet there are so very many other ways to communicate. Once when I was in French-speaking Canada, I realized that my 7th grade French class didn’t teach me the word for “straw”. However, when I thought about it, I was able to communicate to the very French-speaking waiter in a very French-speaking restaurant about my need for a “cylinder through which to drink” in my limited French vocabulary. Travel challenges the mind and soul, stretching us to problem solve and form conclusions about all that we experience. THAT is the type of travel I enjoy best. “All’s well that ends well”, as they say………….”Life is Good” as well.
I am a married mother of one teenage girl, a vegetarian, and love to travel. Among my travel bucket list items are to visit all 50 states in the USA, to go to Egypt and the Holy Lands, Antarctica, and to go to Greece. I have been to Germany, Greenland, Canada, Mexico, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Italy, England, Scotland, Holland, France, Bermuda, the Carribean, the Bahamas, Hawaii, the Arctic Circle and have traveled by RV across the country in the US. I also love to raise butterflies.
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