Life


What will you be able to say at the end of the road?

How many people ponder the “I wish I had seen that”, or “I would have liked to do that”.

After two rounds of chemo, I decided to not ever have to ponder that type of question and instead worked hard at being able to say “I did see (or do) that”. 2008 and 2009 were heavily traveled years with the most incredible memories of some spectacular spots permanently ingrained into memory.

There is just one more spot on the “Bucket List” and that too will be scratched off the list by the summer.

I have been extremely lucky and very fortunate to have had the opportunity to do this, and encourage you to take the risk and do the things most dear to you when you still can.

Travel builds memories;
Memories are worth so much more than a material item;
Travel allows for barriers to be broken;
Travel reduces one’s instinct to stereotype.

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