As my eye travels over the title, above, I notice that my daily blogging travels have brought us to a particularly interesting number.
1 … 2 … 3 … 4 … Ready for more travels in this post?
The people who included my therapy group in their travels yesterday chose the topic “travels” as the focus of the work of the group. The group traveled to that choice after traveling to many other important issues, including family, being present, depression, anger, comfort, discomfort, comfort foods, connections, being alone, difficult people, optimism, fear, finances, delays, luck, judgment, letting go of judgment, what we can control, and time.
During the time of that group, my mind traveled to all these places:
I hope you don’t feel lost as I share other photos I’ve taken on my recent travels.
When my boyfriend Michael, my son Aaron, and I traveled to Starbucks last night for coffee and no cookies, my traveling iPhone took these pictures of Aaron with the New York Times:
Because Aaron has never picked up one of those before in his travels, Aaron is asking Michael, “How do you operate a newspaper?”
How about a little traveling music?
At this time next week, I’ll be traveling around the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, USA, to consult with another cardiologist about my rambin’ and traveling heart. My heart hopes for many more wonderful travels ahead.
Good travels to all who helped me create this traveling post and to you — of course! — for including this blog in your travels today.