Nomad, Vagabond, Call me what you will

So it’s 2015 and I’ve just realized that although I may have stopped for a few months at a time in some places, I’ve not lived in one place for more than 6 months straight since 2006. That’s 9 years of travel.

Nearly 2 years ago, on the tip of southern India, my life changed in an extraordinary way. I spent 37 hours in what seemed like the worst excruciating hell imaginable, attempting to expel a very large being from my body, and finally, with the exhaustive help of some radical midwives, managed to surrender to ripping myself apart at the seems, literally, to birth the most beautiful creature I’ve ever encountered. A couple months later I was on the move with that baby. And now I am traveling with that toddler.

I write a lot and take photos everywhere we go so I figure its time to start a travel blog. As a single mom on a budget traveling the world with a toddler my findings may potentially be useful or interesting to somebody. In the very least this blog will serve to help me to order my life, hypotheses, and discoveries, and be documentation of my son’s early adventures for when he grows up~

 Hi Trekker! Congratulations on learning to read! Btw, the title to this first blog is from a Metallica song called Wherever I May Roam. It was big when I was in high school and it’s one of my karaoke favorites.

Love, Mom

2 Comments Nomad, Vagabond, Call me what you will

  1. Jenny

    Love this so excited to follow your travels with the little man. You will have to do a post on Reno when you come next summer hint hint

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