Happy February, Wanderlusters!
If you’ve been following along on social media, then you may already know that January was a very big month for me. In the first week of the month I called Her Majesty’s Passport Office. I had been checking in so often that I expected nothing from the phone call. In fact, I was only calling to make 100% sure they had my new phone number on file, you know, in case they needed to call me and ask for 235 more documents… Instead, I was put on hold for a couple minutes. A new gentleman greeted me on the line and confirmed my name and date of birth again. Here we go, I thought. It’s going to be like when I call the phone company and get transferred to a million departments –
“Well Miss Dunnings, I have good news”
Part One of Rachael’s Wedding Blog Series: “I will go through some of the challenges that I faced while planning for and booking an off-the-beaten-path destination wedding, starting with the major pros and cons.”
I gave up many parts of myself in 2014. I saw my ugliest self, and my most vulnerable self, and thankfully through that regained many of the pieces I had lost, as well as finding new guts along the way that I wasn’t sure I possessed.
It was a year of giving things up, letting things go, living things down, and simply getting through.