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  • My youngest daughter is Amanda, which means ‘Beloved’. She’s the funny one that makes me laugh and SMACK talks me when we’re clothes shopping. I’m so glad you have a chance to see the world while you’re young. It opens your mind, fills your heart, and expands your understanding.
    It might be clichΓ©, but—you go girl.
    What’s your favorite experience so far?

    • Sounds like I’d enjoy the company of your daughter! You & my mom were very good at picking out a good name. ;)
      Thank you – I’m so grateful that I have had opportunities to see pieces of the world. I hope that you and your Amanda are able to do the same.

      I have so many favorite experiences, but I’d have to say teaching English in China is at the top. It was eye-opening, humbling & a tiny sliver of making a tiny difference in the lives students.

  • What a lovely way to present this page :) We are sure this list for you will only grow and grow!!

    • Thanks! I hope it grows too. YOUR list is very impressive!

  • This is SO cool! Now if only I took my travel pictures as well as you did!

  • I’ve travelled extensively but unlike you I’m too lazy (and untalented) to write about them. Photos is as hard work as I can do :)

    Enjoyed reading about your most expensive photos, welcome to Rome..

    Looking forward to reading the rest of your blog.

    Keep up the good work!

    • Travelling is the best – just enjoy it, no need to spend all the time worrying about words – those pictures are worth a thousand of ’em anyway. ;) I’m glad you liked my blog (& the tale of my expensive gladiator photos). I hope you’ll subscribe and visit more. :D

  • Lol I kept trying to click over to your China posts, but then realized that they have not been written yet. :) Where did you visit there?

    • Hi Shelley! Unfortunately no China posts yet! I had visited long before I started my blog but one of these days I’ll backtrack & share my stories and photos. I went to Beijing, Wuhan and WuXue. In WuXue I did an English immersion program for students. :) Are you planning a trip to China?

      • We visited China back in 2008 (Beijing, Kunming, Xi’an, Lijiang, Dali), but since we live in Korea, I always like to check out other bloggers Asia posts first. :) I hear you on the blogging about travels from the past…sometimes it feels like an impossible task to get it all written. I’m still trying to catch up on 8 months of travels from our RTW in 2012. It feels like yesterday, but my husband keeps reminding me that it was 3 years ago, and to get on it! :)

  • Great blog! I am looking forward to following your posts.

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