10 Things I Will Miss / Not Miss

My time in Thailand and SE Asia is coming to an end.  Since I have already done a list of “The ABC’s of Thailand” (although I never finished it), this time I decided… Continue reading

6 years of Quantifiables

6 YEARS!  The beginning of March marks my 6th year “on the road.” How crazy it’s been. This is going to probably be my second or third to last post for a long… Continue reading

2016 in Review

Last year (2016) I rang in the New Year in Dumaguete on Negros Oriental in the Philippines.  This year I was in Hua Hin in Thailand.  A lot happened last year and I think… Continue reading

T’s story continued

The next time T came back over to do a massage, I decided I was going to ask him what happen.  I don’t even know how the conversation started but he eventually said… Continue reading

The Story of a Guy . . .

I have wanted to write this blog post for quite some time just to give a glimpse of one of the MANY people I have met along the way and their heartbreaking/heroic story.… Continue reading

Mom’s 25 things

My very first “guest” post.  I asked my mom to write her 25 things that she learned while in Thailand for 3 weeks.  Here is a nice perspective from someone who has never been… Continue reading

2 months in

I’ve been in Thailand for a little over 2 months now, I have also had 2 months of craziness going on in my brain. Let me try to explain, for starters I have… Continue reading

25 Things I learned Serving as a PCV in the Philippines

Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes, how do you measure, measure a year? It’s funny to think that a year ago I left thinking that I would be gone for 27… Continue reading

Another Leap of Faith

It is with a heavy heart that I tell you that I have made the very hard decision to end my time with the Peace Corps Philippines program.  There are many things that… Continue reading

How I Can Relate to Justin Bieber

*If you don’t know me IRL you might not ‘get’ this blog post or my humor and might want to just pass on reading this.* Sure I don’t have the amazing looks of… Continue reading

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