Disclaimer: This article is not for the faint of heart. Should you have issues with sexual violence, then I advise that you skip this piece. This is taken from my book, The Colors of Sand, and will be available for purchase in January 2019 on Amazon. Standing in front of the mirror, I looked at myself... Continue Reading →
This is the second half of the interview that talks about a female traveler's relationship with her father and how her experiences in Saudi Arabia deeply affected her.
The adventures of a solo, female teacher and globe-trotter, and how her love of travel affects relationships with family and friends.
No one stopped me from stepping off the curb and climbing into the backseat of the dark green Suburban. No one yelled or told me to go back. No one was on standing on the curb hailing a cab or waiting for a loved one to escort them home. It was twelve-thirty in the morning... Continue Reading →
I always have a plan. It is part of my life. I know what I will be doing tomorrow, next week, and next month. It is what I live for. Planning is the next project, road trip, overseas adventure, or move to another country. With a plan comes a list. I love lists and sticky... Continue Reading →
When I was a child I loved to run. I have memories of bare feet touching smooth grass as I raced around the barn, across the field and along the driveway; my father chasing me with energy that to my young self, felt boundless. Feeling the warm breeze of summer against my skin fueled my... Continue Reading →