Posts Tagged Gratitude

Another little mashup of words one might call poetry

It’s weird, yesterday, and a world away…

another’s fear story, promise of tomorrow

replaced, four seasons, Lacking influence

finding again, myself breathes

Love, renewed, burns brightly

inspiration, motivation, hope


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Narrowboat Life

Life never ceases to amaze me with the possibilities, I am so blessed to now be experiencing life from a narrowboat, in the midlands of England. Being on the canals and rivers in a narrowboat is a very unique and calm way of life. It’s like a whole different world really, and has suited me quite well. I can’t imagine life any sweeter, but we will see… 😉

Until next time, these are a few pictures from my first week aboard…







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Paris, and break

I have reached the last destination, on my short european tour, Paris! From Notre Dame, to the Eiffel tower and all the other great places to visit, there is so much to do and see. I am not exactly sure I would agree that this is the “most romantic” city in the world, but it is a beautiful place to visit. I have only spent a few days here for now, I will be back.

Paris also marks the beginning of a new chapter. I feel though that this Nomad has finally accomplished what was set out for almost a year ago now; and have finally wore myself out of traveling (for now?). I have been very blessed to be able to check everything off of my bucket list, except the aurora borealis, wrong time of year now!

The places I have been, people I have met along the way, the unbelievable things that I have able to experience, have left me forever changed! I can say without question this has been the most amazing year of my life, so far! A huge thank you to everyone who has played a part in it, in any way. I am excited to see what unfolds ahead….








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What if?

I have spent the last month on a detour from my original plan and made a pit stop back in South America. I was in Chile, and came up with only a few pictures to share from my time in Santiago. This time around I felt much less a tourist. I have experienced Latin American culture in a much more intimate way than my prior visit had shown me.

Having been oblivious to it in the moment, as usual, I am surprised a recent discovery; I am just a mirror of the universe’s flow. Power of creation is a really amazing thing, and just becomes more of a reality in my experience everyday! I am so eternally grateful for my life and all those who have, will and do continue to play a part in it.

Now, having cleared, one of one of those potential “what if” scenarios, Back on track…




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And that’s Australia.

On my final eve of what has been a great highlights tour, through a fair amount of places in about five weeks. The few little side-steps I have made will probably turn out to be the most memorable…

Sydney, Sydney in Brisbane.
and Melbourne, in different ways, you both stole my heart!
Great ocean road and the less than twelve apostles, stunning, didn’t see that coming.
Beautiful blonde Cairns, you will always be; bringing an old vision finally, to life!

Mardi Gras beginning, to the great reef finale. All that “Magic” packed throughout!
Knowing more magic is just ahead,
the nomadic ram roams on…






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That’s a wrap! ;)

A bit more than week spent in Rio De Janeiro wraps up my time in South America and what an amazing a venture it has been! Rio is quite a crazy place, and I really can’t think of a better word for it. The way the city twists around the formations of the hills and rocks is very mesmerizing.







I have made many new friends all over the world as a result of my travels here in South America, and having been here I changed has changed me. I find it amazing how well people are able to communicate, even when they don’t share the same language. When you live life from a place of love, that’s all there is to experience. I am continually overwhelmed with emotions and a feeling of gratitude. I love creating, and am excited for what’s just ahead….

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Year end in Galapagos

What a year it has been, I awake this morning filled with gratitude. My time in the Galapagos Islands coming to a close, this will probably be my final post from here. I have thoroughly enjoyed my experiences here. It’s quite inspiring to see how people live and love in different parts of the world. Also, how much diversity this place we all call home contains, it’s really quite spectacular. A bit wore out from all I have taken in, I am taking the next couple days to relax and prepare for the next part of my journey.

Whatever you give your thoughts to, you get more of, good or bad, it really is that simple. You are the captain of your own vessel, take control of it! I wish you the best year yet, don’t let it happen, make it happen!

Much more to come very soon…IMG_0511







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