Today has been a lovely Nashville day – and it’s not even over yet! It’s a little warmer today than the last couple days, which is nice. But really, it doesn’t matter that much to me since I am just glad to be somewhere that the cold air is just cold, not actually physically painful.
Welcome back readers! I’m picking up where I left off earlier today, after lunch, a nap, and a hot chocolate at Mike’s Ice Cream on Broadway. You can read about my morning here. Once I was rested up and all caught up on my blogging, I decided to wander around Broadway for awhile and check out some of the shops. I didn’t buy anything, just soaked up the ambiance of the area.
Well, I have been in Nashville for less than 24 hours, but I already feel right at home again. I’ve done some things that I didn’t get to do the last time I was here, and I’ve returned to some favourites. I plan to do even more of both of these things in the next few days.
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Dear friends, family, and other people who read this blog (aka no one else),
I’ve finally done it. I’ve embarked on a solo trip. I mean, I’ve travelled to Hawaii alone before, but I had family waiting on the other end. I’ve gone to Whitehorse alone, but there I’m surrounded by people I know. This time I am somewhere that I don’t know anyone, alone.
It always amazes me how quickly you can make a connection with someone who seems totally different from you. “Kindred spirits”, as Anne of Green Gables put it, can find and keep each other across language, culture, distance, and time.
I returned from the Yukon several days ago and have been busy trying to get back into the swing of real life.
It’s been a long time since I was in my hometown of Whitehorse, but I’ve made a trip back for the first time in two years. I will likely blog some of my time here since I do usually like to write while I’m travelling. And this is just that now – no longer necessarily a hometown visit, but more of an actual adventure.