I'm like a Boy Scout - I like to be prepared. Since I'll be in Valencia in a couple weeks to house hunt, I decided to make sure that my transportation includes a cornucopia of options. My friends on my Expat group all said 'Get Cabify', so I downloaded the app and was summarily rejected because my credit … Continue reading Tinder of Ride Share
Decisions are not made - they're born in a furnace, forged by fire; hardened and cooled by the breeze of understanding
I'm going through all the books today. Paying to move books on a container ship seems like a waste. Jeff or I have read them all and unless they'll prove to be useful in some immediate way, they're going to be donated. But then I came across one particular book and it made me stop … Continue reading Just Kid-ing
It's all gotta GO! Not to Spain. Most of what we own will be re-homed or sold. I spoke to our international shipper last week and we will be allowed 20 medium sized boxes, along with Jeff's motorcycle, our bikes, a couch and our bed. 20 medium sized boxes. My husband laughed, when he heard … Continue reading Oh Ship!!
When what's most important comes into sharp focus
I have a natural affinity for pilgrims or explorers. It's not so much their tales of hardship, although I admire those. Or the adventures they had; those sound great too. But it's the forward motion. Ahead is better than back, and that's just where they're going. The last week or so, I've been restless feeling … Continue reading Death by Inertia
'Don't wait. The time will never be just right' - Napoleon Hill
I had two goals today. The first has been to shred all our old documents and files that have been moved from house to house and never sorted through. This means going through boxes of files and filing cabinets and my desk - page by page. I've located many copies of birth certificates of our … Continue reading Clean bill of health
Maybe the yellow arrows of the Camino aren't there, but the universe is calling
Tripping over my own shoe laces is my super power today!