I wonder and I wander. I need something to ponder, while pain interferes, some nights, with sleep.
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Though I love it, curiously, I don’t strictly call myself a travel writer because I write about plenty more than travel alone.
I am, overall, a
person and travel and adventure are made up of just that at their heart.
It’s the people and the places. It’s the feelings and, sometimes, the fantastical. It’s the traditions and the tourism. It’s the history and the holiday. It’s the wilderness and the wildness. It’s the nature and the natural. It’s the sensations and the stories told by me and by mysteries left untold and still telling.
It makes me say “what?” and “why?” and “for how long?” as I stumble upon more of what’s out there.
It’s the map and the globe and the app and the questions and exclamations in my future. It leaves me thinking endlessly about taking that next step, like the road Tolkien spoke of that’s just outside your door, waiting out there to take life’s travelers away.
That’s why literature makes me think, makes me wonder, makes me meander.
That’s why psychology makes me ask about another’s passions and fascinations.
It’s all up there, in my head and out there, just out of reach and keeping me reaching, arms all outstretched wide.