#sol19 23/31 Showing Up for Adventure

Here’s my grand niece, Eliana Haley Segovia.  She showed up on Thursday for Kindergarten registration all decked out.  Me, I showed up in my spiffy new Keen, ready to trek and track through Thai mud.  I spent months preparing for a Thailand adventure and Eliana, in her way, has been preparing for her move up… her next big adventure- turning 5 in April and leaving pre-school behind for her sister.

New chapters for both of us…and with Thailand #1 under my belt, I’m still thirsty… I’m sure Eliana is dreaming about her moving up…

Even though I have been drafting and trashing, drafting and trashing slices… I think this is what I have been trying to get on paper…

This chapter of my life needs to be filled with adventure…  Israel in May, Texas in August- big adventures and one step beyond- small adventures every day… hmmm

My Keens are placed by the door- waiting for our next adventure…

I’m out…



8 thoughts

  1. I think you have a lot in common and lot of adventures ahead. Our journeys are different at different junctures of our lives; yet every adventure is just that- an adventure! Can’t wait to see where you go next!

  2. Embracing adventure enriches your life. It’s important to open the door and step out and go as far as you wish for as long as you wish.

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