On my plane ride from Atlanta, Georgia to Washington D.C. I sat next to a man who works at the pentagon. We had a very interesting conversation about our philosophies on life as well as how we chose to spend it.
He had decided at an early stage that he wasn’t going to have any kids, or even get married. He simply wanted to be single, happy, and travel the world.
He had spent 3 of his younger years working for the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok, so he enlightened me on some of the culture of the area. He had a huge fascination for jazz concerts.
Maybe this seems like I’m changing topics, but I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how much I’ve changed over the past 11 weeks. I see my opportunities as being completely open and endless.
It’s good to be back home, to see friends and family… but in the back of my head I’m still looking toward what’s to come in 2015. It’s going to be such a crazy year I can’t even imagine.
I didn’t really cover anything new in this post as I’ve talked about similar things in the last few posts. But today, at least in my eyes, is the start of the next chapter. The chapter after my enlightening first trip outside of the country. And that prompted a new blog post.
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