Bags are packed and I’m crossing my fingers I’ve thought of all of the things I could need. May “Letters from the Year of the Travel” went out bright and early today. I was folding letters over my hand made post cards at 5am with a huge grin. I get so excited to send them out to everyone who’s following along with my adventures. Sharing my adventures with you helps the joy and pleasure of the trip last longer. I always wish I could watch as folks open their letters and see what they think of the packaging, post cards and whimsical letter.
As I packed for this Italy trip I wonder what's in store for me. It’s a country I’ve never been to which makes it extra new and exciting. My Cousin and her mom left a few hours ago and I’ll follow in just a bit. My sister and her husband will meet us in Rome on Saturday. I couldn’t be more thrilled to share this travel adventure with my aunt, cousin, sister and brother in law. I feel like I must be the luckiest woman in the world.
I plan to blog throughout the trip and I hope you’ll follow along. What are your summer travel adventures?
I realize I just dropped my toilet paper into the toilet. I stand up, turn around and face the toilet bowl
Have you ever been so excited about something the back of your eyes tingle when you think about it as if you're fighting back tears? That feeling that what you're doing might be forbidden?
I felt like I'd been punched in the gut robbing me of the air in my chest as it dawned on me...
I traveled to Portland from Seattle via the train for "The World Domination Summit" this week and I feel gratefulness from the tips of my toes to the top of my head for the opportunity to be here.
This trip isn't officially part of the year of the travel but it's the year of the travel and I'm traveling. I thought I'd include a few pictures of my Seattle adventures for you.
Here are a few last shots from last week's italy Trip. I hope they make you feel like I've brought you along for the adventure.
Sometimes I think part of the fun of travel is getting to see how much you miss home or not.
Most people just visit Capri for a day, I recommend spend at least a few days here.
The windows to my hotel room are open wide and I'm looking out into a plaza with flowers cascading off of back porches and birds chirping hello.
Any alarm would have been too early today, but this morning's alarm was unforgiving going off at 5:45am to accommodate a 7:20am train to Florence.