Time for Reflection

imageAs the end of summer rapidly approaches, I am taking some time to get caught up on my research and writing at a campground in Idaho Falls. Didn’t plan this one but a hacked computer necessitates a stay in a small city.  This has been a welcoming city to me. The power of serendipity is in full swing.

What would have been my dad’s 93rd birthday just passed and I can’t help thinking about him and the amazing gift he has given me that allows this journey of a lifetime.

I am not yet tired of my wanderings and can’t believe I am two-thirds into my year. I just read an interesting article called “You Can’t See It, But You’ll Be a Different Person in 10 Years” by Nell Greenfieldboyce. (http://n.pr/1d3LXBhr) Ten years, for sure. For me I see big changes in 7 months. Change is good but it’s sure hard for those around you.

Thanks again, Dad.

One thought on “Time for Reflection

  1. Where one journey ends another begins. I raise a glass to your Dad and look forward to our next Sangria together! Miss you!

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