For as long as I can remember, whenever I travel, I travel light. That is, I bring along as little as possible. Personally, the less baggage I’m carrying around, the freer I feel.
There are things I have to take, though, as I pack for today’s flight to Edinburgh. Those necessities are
- my passport,
- my medication,
- my laptop, and
Anything else — including things I forget to pack — I can always buy in Scotland.
Certain people help me travel light. One of them is my boyfriend, Michael. Yesterday, when I said I hadn’t checked the news yet, he said, “You don’t have to. I can tell you what the news is. ‘The President said something incredibly ridiculous.'” I added, “And somebody left the administration.” No need to check the news right now, which helps some people travel light.
I think this blog is going to be light on photos today. Let’s see ….
That second goal was added to my work white board yesterday by another person who helps me travel light: my son, Aaron.
It helps me travel light to know that Aaron and I are going to see my standup-comedy teacher and comedian extraordinaire Ron Lynch in Edinburgh this year. If you’d like to travel light years into the past for previous posts about Ron, see here (which includes links to other Ron-Lynch-related posts).
Traveling light to YouTube, I found this ….
Funny people and artists shine a light, helping us travel more lightly through life.
I take gratitude wherever I go, no matter how light I’m traveling. Thanks to all who helped me create this traveling-light post and — of course! — to you, for traveling here, now.