Any backpacker will tell you to leave the just-in-case stuff at home. They’re right. Don’t carry those fancy shoes and tailored suit for months on the off chance you might get invited to a wedding. The toy, the book, the extra pair of pants, even the extra socks can be left behind.
You can get by. Or you can buy.
I make an exception for three small, but oh-so-handy items. Read more
“When I grow up, I, too, will visit faraway lands and when I grow old, I too, will live by the sea,”
Emily Freeman tells us to pay attention to what makes us cry. She writes, “…maybe our tears are tiny messengers, secret keepers of the most vulnerable kind, sent to deliver a most important message…” A message about what’s going on in our own soul.
This line from a children’s book did it for me. Read more