Twice while in Paris, I inadvertently came upon beautiful stitching shops with window displays that enticed me inside. Are we energetically drawn to these things when we least expect them, or do we notice them because they interest and intrigue
On a child’s t-shirt were the words, “I can do hard things,” and when I first saw it I loved it.
Don’t downgrade your dream to match your reality. Upgrade your faith to match your dreams.
My daughter does kind of a quirky thing in the morning.
We didn’t come here to fit in. We came here to be who we are. We didn’t come here to work. We came here to live our dreams.
Travel is vital, especially in the worst of times…. traveling and meeting people with different and opposing ideas is as important as finding the most inviting beaches, visiting the best restaurants, and seeing the sights. -Christiane Amanpour Chief International Correspondent,
Where does it lead? Don’t ask. Walk. I have many friends who RV full-time. Some have gone on trips across the US that lasted more than a year – even two. But one thing that all of them have
Willa Cather, one of my favorite authors, who wrote so prolifically and engagingly of middle America, spent time in Paris. It was she who said, “Paris is a hard place to leave.” Willa is one of my muses. She keeps
Just a bit more than a few months ago, I spent a few days on the Oregon Coast with a dear, tons of fun, also loves to travel, friend. We stayed at the Sylvia Beach Hotel, in the John Steinbeck
Fear is a fluid thing. Something, to me, like those mesmerizing taffy machines in seaside candy shops that twist, contract and stretch the pastel colors in a conglomerated string.