I think that what I miss the most is the simplicity of life. It wasn't easy, no, it never felt easy. But it sure did feel simple. And it felt right. You didn't have to worry about what you'd wear or where you'd go or what you'd eat or who you'd see or what sort of place you'd sleep in...
She sat herself down on the couch with a sense of determination and a vacuous look in her eyes. She wanted to say something but she wasn't quite sure what. Fairly par for the course. At least all the circumstances had lined up to finally write something - no work left to do at home,… Continue reading The Adventure Continues
I have become the master of hesitation. Whether it's deciding to put metaphorical pen to paper and write a damn post, or grading the papers I need to for school, or getting the exercise in to prepare for the Camino, or doing the soul searching it takes to make the big decisions in life... oh… Continue reading Hesitation
Anyone who has been reading here for any duration is probably sick of all the plans I make that either fall through, or that I don't follow up on. Today is the day I finally write about something that is certainly, definitely, beyond the shadow of a doubt HAPPENING. WE BOUGHT FLIGHTS FOR THE CAMINO! My sister… Continue reading ITS OFFICIAL!
It's going to happen. I've been pricing tickets and getting in good shape and it's going to happen. I'm talking about the Camino de Santiago of course. I've probably mentioned it a billion times, and thought about it twice as much, but I think it's finally happening. My sister and I are going, and we… Continue reading November 4th
Today is Thursday, the 12th of March. On the ides of March, I will receive word about where I will call home for the next two+ years of my life. I know, for someone who isn't yet in the Peace Corps, I write an awful lot about it. Well, hopefully the ides of March will… Continue reading Tick tock, tick tock