It seems as if my life has been a series of rapidly falling dominoes since April. My grandmother passed (at the beautiful age of 96). I fell over my handlebars in a frazzled family state of affairs leading to a serious concussion. I created some healthy boundaries with my mother as I seek nothing but love. I quickly realized my jaw was still locked after weeks of trying to slowly move it open. I answered the door to a police officer who was delivering subpoena papers to my landlords upstairs. I spiraled into researching a better living solution. I requested three weeks off work not knowing where I would spend it. I contacted my dealer and impulsively put a lot of my savings into purchasing a practically new 2022 Van from across the state. I started packing my house in four days. I locked in a storage unit out west. I applied for a new PO Box.
I got out of Dodge. Aka the limbo I was stuck in for a year also known as Evergreen.
So this is my life in another universe. I wake up to the morning sun and walk around the woods with my cat. I spend the evenings riding my bike around the hills of Colorado looking for the next sign. I drift from mountain town to mountain town in question of my next permanent destination.
Every day is a new day, and I am so eager to live it all. I thank my lucky stars that I didn’t die on impact that day months ago when my temple hit that rock going 25miles downhill with no helmet. Trust me, I always wear helmets and that is how frazzled I was that day.
It was a Cold February,1901, when Walter Dimmick walked out of the San Francisco Mint carrying a small travel suitcase with him. He was tired looking and worried as he was ready to climb into a vehicle, when a gentleman approached him seeing him struggle with the suitcase.
Well well well Europe, looks like it is the end of the line for us. You have really showed me things I couldn’t dream of overcoming and I wish to thank you for all the situations, both good and bad, that you put me in to help build my character. Continue reading “9 Week Europe Budget”→
A wise Italian man once told me to not write about where I went, but how I felt. So while I can write about where I was or what I saw, I think it is important to describe how I fell in love with Europe, and Germany more specifically, upon exiting the airport. Continue reading “German Journey & Culture”→
I have dreamed of getting lasik eye surgery for over ten years seeing as I had glasses from the early age of 6 years old. Despite the recent years of my eyes being completely over contacts, I sadly couldn’t afford it, therefore it remained a dream for someday…until recently. Continue reading “Lasik Eye Surgery in Bangkok?!”→