Like I said all month, travel is personalized. It all depends on your attitude, how much planning you want to do, how much you want to spend, and what you bring with you.
This isn’t a travel blog. In fact, I started it in 2007 because my teacher for my Online Media Class at The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication required that we make a blog.
I have updated it sporadically over the years when I thought that I had something to say. And now, nine years later, I am still not sure if I am offering anything that is truly of use to anyone.
I guess I have kept it up just in case anyone wanted to know where I was or what I was up to, since my life sometimes feels scattered across the world.
So, if you read this blog, then thank you. I appreciate your interest. I hope that some of the things I have to offer the world are of use to someone, and that I am not just “screaming into the void,” as they say.
Anyway, that’s the end of the Travel Series.
Now, on to next month, where I start to write about the island of Guam (my home from September of 2015 to September of 2017) and my adventures there with my husband Rich.
(We’re been married for years but I still can’t get over how weird it sounds to say “my husband.” If you know me, you know I wasn’t looking. It just happened.)