Thursday, July 15, 2010

The Wonder of Travel

I have never been the business traveler. That task had been left to my husband. He goes there and I get to follow. Lucky me! No – really I like it. I love it. I have spent various months in cities that most people only visit once for a weekend.

Well, this week was my turn to travel for business. I would just like to say without a doubt I am a leisure traveler! This combining work with play is a tough business, and I now declare myself a road warrior. If I thought I was a jet lagged vagabond before - well now I am an extremely jet lagged road warrior.

For me travel is travel and by that I mean it is an experience, a lesson, a passion but above all a desire. As much as I am road weary this week I wouldn’t have it any other way. In the span of one week I will have seen more than a handful of states (by air and car) reconnected with friends somewhat new and beloved friends of old, and will experience a new city for less than 24 hours.
My eyes are crossed and dry, I don’t know what day it is and sometimes I question the time zone. However, this is my life and I love it!


  1. This has really peeked my interest! I want to know where you are, what you're doing, why you had to travel for business. You definitely have a writing style that makes people want to come back. Great! :)


  2. Hello, Happy Traveler,

    You certainly lead and exciting life!

    About your blog-I love the photos and sky view background. Wonderful!
    I'd like to know more-what cities you visited and the scenery you saw as you drove through several states.


  3. I am impressed with your photgraphy. It's very difficult to capture a rainbow on film! It looks like the St. Louis arch.

  4. I never thought about the rainbow looking like the St. Louis arch! Too funny.

    Margo and Dunnie - thanks! I will definately give you a wrap up of our travels. I am sad that they are over but glad to be 'home' where ever that is!