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... in the air and scream I DID IT! And I'll know, that I can do anything.
Thank you from the bottom of my soul to all of you who have instilled these thoughts in me. There's no greater gift you could have given me. You all, are my most prized treasure. And please know, that I will be there for you, when it's time for your big adventure, whatever it may be. I love you all so much and I can't wait to tell you all about it.
I have two weeks until I leave for my great adventure. I figured I'd start keeping track of my thoughts now, since the trip has already started in my mind. This blog is meant to be more of a personal diary, that I'm choosing to share with all of you, so that you can live this journey with me. My intention is to be as honest as possible about this experience.
I've been feeling the anxiety over my upcoming move for a few weeks now. This will ...
... s of homes from the 1600's that had been disassembled in England and reassembled in Greenfield Village. Thomas Edison workshops and inventions and much much more.
Beautiful old vintage cars and horse and carts, driving through the street. Classic. Aoffle and Denise had a spin on the Carousal.
Afterwards to took a trip down memory lane "8 mile" ( yikes)......
We went for dinner in Royal ...
I'm Going on an Adventure!
Last week I finished reading The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, a tale of fantasy, adventure and danger. As the first story that I have read for leisure in a long while and as I prepare to embark on my own adventure, the timing has been serendipitous. Compelling stories are those with a strong arch and characters with whom one can relate, and in The Hobbit, I found myself connecting with the small ring-bearer and ...
... my range so rapidly in the downwards direction, surely my fuel level was dropping pretty quickly.
Then I came to immigration. Oh dear. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.
At the end the officer said: "I’ll give you a bit of advice when you’re crossing a border – try not to be nervous because when you’re nervous it makes us nervous." This followed a 10-minute questioning session, searching my luggage, looking in ...