We are celebrating with different shots in 2021 than in this 2013 photo—but we are celebrating just the same 🥳 As someone who is missing an organ and nearly died from sepsis, pneumonia and acute respiratory distress syndrome 13 years ago—all things that COVID can cause—I am so happy to be vaccinated, to lift theContinue reading “Getting those shots!”
I understand completely if people want to put off all travel until the pandemic is over. For me, travel is part of what keeps me going, and as the pandemic draws on, I had to find a way to travel safely and respectfully while maintaining social distancing. Here are some tips based on what we learned on our road trip.
As with most people, we cancelled all our travel plans when the pandemic hit, and we thought Nico would be happy to have us home all the time. Who knew he had been depressed because of the COVID isolation, too?
Staying grounded isn’t emotionally easy. We all have fear or financial uncertainty and suffer from boredom or stress that we didn’t have before the pandemic. So keep me from going too stir crazy, I’ve been posting some travel memories—one each day—from A to Z. I thought I’d put them all together and share them here.
Daydreams of world travel often feature champagne greetings, comfy first-class seats, romantic train rides with stunning scenery, moderate hikes to gorgeous vistas, and contemplative strolls through historic sites that connect your soul with antiquity. But, yeah, you know where we’re going with this one, right?
I just wanted to share my HuffPost Personal article here. This is why I travel like there’s no tomorrow and savor every minute I spend with my loved ones. ~ LiAnn I Spent 4 Weeks Near Death In The ICU. Here’s What I Learned Struggling For My Life. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/near-death-icu_n_5c6efd0ae4b0e2f4d8a3ecf1
I don’t remember visiting a museum before I was nineteen. I took a fashion merchandising course in Europe over the winter interim in college, and our first stop was Paris.
My grandfather was a quiet man with a snarky sense of humor, but what he was more than anything was good man who cared about his family. I remember being a kid and walking around our 10 acre property with him in upstate Pennsylvania. He taught me all about the trees. I remember one thatContinue reading “Remembering Pop”
2017 was an incredible year of travel for us! We hope to keep the momentum going in 2018. Happy New Year and happy travels!
I’m going to miss my old, beat up, extended-page passport, but I am excited to add the first stamp in my new passport with my married name. A new adventure begins! ~ LiAnn