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... t recover. That being said, you may be thinking, "Then why the [explicit] are you visiting this dangerous country!?!?! Couldn't you have chosen a safer country like, I don't know, CANADA?" (That's my dad talking, fyi).
But imagine how dull life would be if we did everything by the rules and played everything safe. What kind of life would we be living? Could you even ...
... of us were quite brave enough to try that out! At the bottom of the hill, after a trek down a trail that was super fun with a stroller, was a farm area that you could pet and brush goats in. Reagan loved it, except for one small part, she snuck up on a goat and scared it and it flung backwards hitting her in the shoulder (it scared her so much that when we saw goats at the Dutch village later in the week, she pointed to a goat there that was the same color as the one ...
... Meijer Gardens, it was amazing. It was a combination of the Botanical Gardens and Laumeier sculpture park. After walking through the indoor gardens in the main building, we made our way outside to the Childrens Garden. Reagan absolutely loved it, there was this adorable little door that all the kids got to enter through, once inside there was this amazing water sculpture and this amazing water play area that was a to scale model of the Great Lakes. Reagan had a ...
The life of a traveler is stitched with good-byes. It’s a sacred paradox; endlessly synthesizing the waves of new experience with the shores of the past. In each moment there is both arrival and departure, reunion and separation, love and despair; and the whole thing, the months and years that trickle down our backs as the world spins on, is something that goes beyond words.
Fact is; you can’t wrap enough syllables around travel. No number of nouns ...
The beginning of this story is a long one, a chapter that has lasted 21 years, and has lead me to this exact moment where I am standing on the edge of this jumping point hoping that I have everything packed, that my flights aren't canceled, and (most importantly) that my heart finds the peace set aside for this expedition.
I grew up in Grand Rapids, MI. I went to East Kentwood High ...