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Sweet tho short!ALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > <3 > < } } ( ° >> < 3 3 3 ( ' > ><}}(°> ~
Go for it!
That's so true, isn't it? We've become quite particular about putting our money down for dream vacations. I think half the fun is looking at brochures and planning!
I still try not to have expectations. I find they only lead to disappointment. I try to be open to whatever is happening.
I'm smiling. Sometimes having too many choices feels as bad as having none! :-) Go for it. But which one? Only you can tell.Greetings from London.
those pesky expectations again. yes. if only we could relish in the now and not live inside the mind of grasping. it is not a pleasant taskmaster. that image is utterly compelling. the empty lawn chair, the band, the life boat.......
The second honeymoon sounds lovely. Italy maybe?
Travel is such a joy. At least, it is for me. I've loved my nine months in India and I'm hoping to go back in late May, after a few weeks with my new grandchild who is due April 21. By then my new shoulder should be completely healed.