Updated: Jan 8, 2022
Monday's Butterfly Quote:
We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.
I would like to use some time on our Monday posts to engage with you. So I'm planning to share a bit of my life's weekly adventures...
We are vacationing on the East Coast for a couple of weeks. We enjoyed spending time with some family in NYC. As many of you know, New York can be awesome but also a bit over-stimulating for an introvert like me. Not much down time. My son had a great vocal performance in CT and my daughter worked a riveting show "A Strange Loop" at Playwrights Horizons theatre. If you are in town in July, don't miss it!
We just finished three days in Philly. I really love that town. Such history and just the right size. Reminded me of Boston, another one of my favorites. This week we are in the DC area for sightseeing and catching up with some family here too.
I'm determined to find breaks to keep up with my blog, writing (toward final editing stages of my book), and reading along the way. It creates some downtime amidst all the activity. I'd love to hear from you on our Facebook page!
As a sneak preview, this Thursday’s blog will focus on “De-Mystifying Introversion” along with updated goodies including plans for Climbing KILI in 2020!
To catch you up on the Climbing KILI adventure in advance of our update on Thursday, here's the website excerpt from last week:
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Hear It From Me
In 2007 while living in London, a couple of documentaries on the majestic landscapes and exhilarating high of reaching the top of Mount Kilimanjaro caught my eye. However, our busy ex-pat schedule and our early return to Texas in 2008 put this adventure on hold.
Now, this mountain represents how far I've come in my own personal journal since 2007. The chance to share this journey with one of my daughters makes it all the more special.
We'll be sharing our plans, training, and trekking stories as we aim to climb to the highest point in Africa in 2020. It's sure to be an exciting, introspective adventure!
Thanks to all the viewers and subscribers to last Thursday’s first blog! Your response is humbling. I’m excited to have so many join the journey.
In case you missed it, below is last Thursday’s Beyond Introversion blog introducing the new website designed to help us all reach Beyond Introversion. Plus you can find more goodies (art, writing, Kilimanjaro, an insightful introversion link, and “Our Day”) at www.BeyondIntroversion.com.
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