Oakwood At The Munsey
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I love leaving early in the morning (2 am to be exact). You see the world in a completely different light- no ******** cutting you off on the road and no panic attacks when you notice last minute you are about to miss your exit. At 2 in the morning it is just you and the truckers ...
... feeling a need for change - the drive fluctuates, but i have a job - This opportunity gives me supplemental income to try new experiences in life and to share it with others.
This blog will document the day-to-day (or as often as i can) experiences on this open road. This blog will also act as a memoir and briefly touch some of the pivotal moments in my life. Writing my thoughts down i'm hopping will in a way help me stay focused and keep my mind sharp.
... in horrendous traffic on I-95 about 40 miles south of D.C. (and yes, I know that "horrendous traffic" and "D.C." is rather redundant) young William had a seizure. I knew something was wrong by the sound of his voice when I talked to him. And then all at once he was in it. With the car in the center lane of a five lane road. Bumper to bumper cars. No exit in sight. And the road shoulder non-existent because of construction.
My worst-case scenario for the ...
... and laid down on my back in the coarse grass, closed my eyes and smiled. All things are new.
I spent a few days with my Cousin, her sister (my younger Cousin) and her husband in Oklahoma. They live a quiet and peaceful life in the country on the outskirts of Oklahoma City. They are far enough away from the city to have a sense of solitude and security, yet close enough to have access to all the wonderful and necessary things the city can provide. They live a life ...
... volunteers all over the world in a variety of occupational capacities. Since I already work with children for a living (we'll talk about that next week), it made sense to do the same kind of work as an overseas volunteer. I eventually chose to go to Nepal and work at an orphanage. The length of my placement would be ten months. This spiritual Quest wasn't something that I decided to do. It was something that I had to do, for reasons that I ...