A family tentatively emerges through a tall door into the world – the light beckons.
That’s the May 24th New Yorker magazine cover, which pretty much sums up where we are after months of isolation.
I’ve become oddly accustomed to this interlude of life, the interruption of my body in motion.
Seduced by foreign lands, exotic foods, and cultures, I traveled with rambunctious determination. When the pandemic took me home, holding me firmly in place, I then realized the very privileged life I led. The world shifted, I gained perspective.
Now we’re all figuring out how to behave as “the normal” unfolds.Continue reading “If You Are Ready to Travel Pack Patience and Intention”