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Traveling is a big part of my genetic make-up. I consider it a trait because that is the term that best applies. My maternal grandparents were world travelers, and remained that way until their passings. They would go to places I can only dream about visiting in my life time. They passed that trait onto my mother, aunt, and uncle, and they have all passed the same trait onto their children. It’s a trait my paternal grandparents possessed as well, back in the day (my paternal grandmother was a Delta fight attendant and would do things like fly to Paris, France “just to have lunch”… got to love the 70’s).
But this blog isn’t about me, my family, my child (even though I love her so dearly), other hobbies I have, or anything else. It’s strictly about my travels: where I’ve been, who I’ve been there with, what we’ve done, and where I want to go. It’s about the stories, experiences, emotions, and fears I have experienced while traveling. It’s about all the amazing places I’ve been, the wonderful things I’ve seen (and the crazy, unexplainable things), and tips and tricks. All pictures in this blog are mine, or taken by someone in my family or a friend who was with me on the trip. If I have to get a picture from Google, I will make sure it is known.
P.s. Serious kudos to anyone who understands where my blog name is from ❤️
Edit: Hiii from the future! I’m writing this on March 21st, 2021. I just wanted to say, that while my blog is still of this, I’ve come to view it a bit differently. My number one, main goal: I want to help other travelers out as much as possible. I want my posts to help people make the most informed decisions as possible! I know that I don’t have a big blog, but if I help even just one person, then I call that a win. 🙂
Photos from top to bottom: Sedona, AZ; Cadillac Ranch, TX; Montana state line; Washington National Monument, D.C.; Plymouth Rock, MA; the London Eye, England; the Saint Louis Arch, MO; Copenhagen, Denmark; Goldfield Ghost Town, AZ; Savannah, GA.
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