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Travel Blogs from Bailey
... and all the emotional baggage that comes with it. After the existential turmoil I concluded that both my mind and my body were telling me that I was on the wrong path. And I found myself, once again, completely at a loss.
Then, I thought back to a conversation I had earlier with one of my Semester at Sea friends, Anthony, who I confided in about my anxieties and lack of direction. He listened and gave ...
... It's going to be a Kia Sedona or similar, chosen purely so that we can fit in Traci's seven suitcases. (Apparently everyone else is taking just a toothbrush and a pair of pyjamas.)
A friend has kindly offered us use of their GPS. Now we just have to work out how to use it ... any hints?! ...
... for another year. Peter Pan syndrome. My family and I are leaving in two days to go visit Washington D.C. and then my Mom and I are flying from there to Brussels, Belgium. We will spend a few days in Brussels gorging ourselves on chocolate, waffles, and chocolate waffles. (And mussels too says Kathy). Then we will go to Spain and try to figure out:
To say the least,
I am more...
Where I will surface,
What new place I will
Touch my feet to the ground,
Feel the current:
Join me in my journey
Through the ...
... My glasses were cosmetic, but so cool! All of us were so young. We parents had to ask for special dispensation from the Vietnamese government to adopt if we didn’t meet certain requirements. Parents were required to be over 30 and have no children. Most of the families who adopted didn’t meet those requirements at all. Tears ran from my eyes when one mom one mom said that she knew her son the moment she walked in the door of a room ...
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