Lonely in London
Please note: This blog, although very much about travel, is also an intro to one of my short stories being written for my upcoming book. Within the book you will hear more about this unfortunate story. Enjoy! Lovers in London. Left in London. Lonely in London. As often as I travel alone, there are still…
“So many people live their lives exchanging what they want for what is familiar. Well, the world just hit the reboot button, and nothing is familiar any more. We’re going to have a new life whether we want it or not. This is our opportunity to design it according to our dreams.” ~Shannon LaBruyere …
Reasons Why; Kilimanjaro
Find your reason.
The Value of a Question
[Faraway Places Travel Post] Wanting a fair price on a trip isn’t a bad thing. In fact, that is what you have a travel agent for…researching, comparing and planning your perfect trip at a fair price. Unfortunately, what I hear more than I would like to is, ” what cheap deals do you have right…
[Personal Post] As the kids and I get ready to take off on another “50 States Trip,” I was inspired to write about traveling with children. When you stop and think about all the ways children (and our world) can benefit from traveling outside of “their world,” the list could go on and on. To…
[Personal and Faraway Places Travel Post] Known as the “gathering place,” Oahu is one hip island! I have to confess, I was a little spoiled as I spent my days and nights with locals of Oahu. Of course I had my own checklist of things I wanted to see while there, but none of them…
Are You OK Being Alone?
[Personal Post] Doing things alone has never bothered me. In fact, I find that being alone helps me to hit the refresh button in my life – better yet, on my mood and mindset. Reading a good book while picking away at my sushi roll and sipping on a glass of Colby red at PFChangs,…
[Personal Post] My Pages Some people find comfort in surrounding themselves with others…anyone…just for the sake of not being alone. I am not one of those people. I find comfort in the exact opposite. I find comfort in myself and in celebrating who I am becoming; exploring the parts of me that appear when…
[Personal Post] I can see their faces now, peaking down over the banister, their not so quiet whispers, “did he come?” The anticipated footsteps racing down the stairs. Their eyes race from corner to corner of the piled up presents. Brock comments on which presents are his and which are his sister’s, trying to find…