Our travels began with crazier than ever lines for TSA and luggage drop-off at New York's JFK. Thanks, Mercury Retrograde! While on the never-ending line for TSA, I started chatting with one of the workers. I looked at my watch, and although I allowed 2 hours prior to take off, I was growing nervous that… Continue reading Sleepless in Seattle
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My first trip to Sedona was several years ago, and it proved to be a life-changing trip. It opened the door for me to begin my spiritual growth, and led me to abundance I am grateful to have in my life now. I made lifelong connections with a core group of strong and empowered women,… Continue reading Sedona Retreat 2017!!!!
After experiencing three weeks of driving with a handful of LOA strategies, I needed a respite. I found a great deal on Living Social to stay at the Pridwin Hotel on Shelter Island. At first I bought the voucher and planned to just read and relax. But knowing my tendency to have to always be… Continue reading Shelter Island Retreat
What an experience this trip was. I got to see 21 states in 18 days. During the second half of the trip I released my tendency to plan everything and took each day in stride. I saw sights I've never seen before and I learned the degree to which my patience can be stretched (pretty… Continue reading Final thoughts…
Unfortunately, not much to see here. At least the way we drove through it. Stopped at a Subway for sandwiches and saw some really sweet and polite high school students. One ran ahead of me and held the door as I walked out. There is hope for our future. 😁 Interstate 80 is going through… Continue reading Day 17: Indiana and Ohio
I love Iowa. Like New Mexico, if I was told in the morning that I had to move here, I could do it. So much beautiful landscape, such nice people, and developments popping up all over so it isn't barren land. As a long-time fan of Little House on the Prairie, both the books and… Continue reading Day 16: More Iowa and Illinois
I wake up everyone morning and ask myself, what day is this and what time zone am I in???? Gets a little confusing when you are on the move so much. Upon leaving Ogallala, NE, we stopped by their main tourist attraction: Front Street. Apparently this was a Pony Express stop, too. The history lover… Continue reading Day 15: Des Moines, IOWA
This is the part of the trip where I am cautiously optimistic. We literally drove about 150 miles and there was NOTHING. Just farm land. A few cows. I thought I saw some sheep, too, but that could have been an illusion because I was so dizzy with hunger when we got here. We didn't… Continue reading Day 14: Ogalalla, NE
Today was a rather laid back day, with a lot of driving involved. We made our way into Colorado, me driving this time, and did some exploring in Colorado Springs. Pike's Peak. Garden of the Gods. Oh my. They even had Santa's North Pole there, but it's closed on Tuesdays. The weather wasn't cooperating too… Continue reading Day 13: Colorado Springs