All posts tagged: thinking of where you belong

What All The Quiet Is About…

On this 22nd day of December, I woke up particularly early, barely passed midnight, from all the thinking I’ve been doing throughout the week, and apparently well into the night, last night. My subconscious forcing me to open my eyes and continue to ponder over ways to improve, at the very least, the quality of my life, and make changes in 2018 that will get me on the right track. That’s what all the silence on this blog has been about, me thinking, past the gift giving, the clothes, the decor, and all things travel and focus on what is important – family, love, faith and good old-fashioned approach to happiness.  And I wish you all the same. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays:

second guessing yourself

I think we all spend a good amount of time in our lives second-guessing a decision or two about most anything and everything we do. I’ve done it many times over the years, but never so much on this particular trip to Europe. Maybe it’s just I’m experiencing a bit of soul-searching lately, but whatever the reason, I find myself privately thinking about things, feeling very sad inside. Slowly, a few chapters in my life are coming to a close and although I feel I have a bright future ahead of myself as a novelist, I do think the dreams of living abroad are coming to an end.  Maybe it’s best, maybe not, but this trip has helped me realize, I am in life where I want to be, and moving  across the globe  or the pond is probably not the best idea, especially when there is so much to consider. I can spend a few more days writing about this trip and sharing photos of what I’ve seen here and there, but  I think …