What does one do when they get two months off work in the winter? How about hit the road. I ventured out on what turned out to be a life-changing experience through adventures such as becoming a cowgirl in Oklahoma, feeding dolphins in Florida, exploring Utah with my dad, meeting a man that was one of the first to invade Imo Jima, putt putt wars in Florida, watching the sun set and rise over the Atlantic Ocean and many many more...
For those of you just reading this blog for the first time, I recommend starting from the beginning because I went through a huge amount of growth and changes throughout this journey. Also, I often refer back to things and events earlier on so you will understand more.
Here is how to read my trip from beginning to end:
Over on the right side of this page you will see the archives.
- click on the arrow to the left of 2009
- click the arrow next to November
- scroll down and start with "time to go."
- Then click on day 1 and go through each day.
Once you finish November, click on the arrow next to December and scroll to the bottom and do the same as you did for November.
I have been told there are a few spelling errors throughout my writing, but I haven't had time to find and correct them so please look past that and enjoy my journey. It was an incredible experience that I will never forget!!!
When I started writing this blog, it was only to keep my mom from staying awake all night in a worried mess. I wanted my family and friends to see that I was OK and make it possible for them to watch my progress without making 20 phone calls each night.
Slowly, it has spread much further than just family and friends. I hope you all enjoy and hopefully take a trip of your own!!!