|“Do you have any carrots?”|
“Fascinating Fact of the Day About Ireland”
“Since the foundation of the Irish Free State in 1922, the Irish harp has been the official emblem of Ireland, not the shamrock which is more commonly used.”
|A ruin with a tin roof.|
And, yet many of us suffer a degree of angst over what we could have done, should have done, and what we should do in the future. Often, this angst is precipitated by the needs, wants, and perceptions of others.
|View across the bay.|
The magic of free will, which a portion of the world is blessed to possess, allows us to make choices. Each choice we make, whether we’re aware of it or not, is driven by something deep within us that even we may not fully understand.
|Another example of vegetation-covered ruins.|
In many cases, these excellent and thoughtful suggestions are taken seriously, and we may pursue our thoughtful reader’s well-intentioned recommendations. Thank you for writing, and please continue to do so.
|Cattle in the pasture next to our driveway.|
The magic of our lives is the opportunity we’ve had to play a role, however, small, in the lives of those who dream of traveling or have traveled. Through our posts, some of our readers may find comfort; share in the joy of adventure; acquire the satisfaction of a curiosity: or merely seek enjoyment in the often mundane meanderings of two world travelers who made a difficult decision to leave everything behind to explore the world.
|This brown cow often stands when we drive by.|
Each day, we’re building memories, whether profound or straightforward, leaving us with a sense of fulfillment and challenge, more than we ever dreamed possible in this life.
Photo from one year ago today, July 13, 2018:
|We couldn’t believe our eyes when we spotted this elephant digging a hole to access water in the ground below. Please take a moment to watch our video at the top of the page. For more photos, please click here.|