Lunch at the edge of the world.
a tantalizing shape
under the bananas
we crane our necks
peering through the bus windows
Come to Paris
where romance in in the air
Souvenir. The impulse to buy something to remember an experience. Or the impulse to buy something because in the moment, that keychain, purse or rock, seems like an excellent idea. Or the impulse to buy what everyone else is buying. Or impulse triggered by abundance – a market filled with painted pottery, a store packed with … Continue reading Buy it, or just describe it?
Travel journaling is like one long, continuous selfie. One could argue that journaling is even more self-absorbed than selfies. Many of us don’t even share what we write. Even though sharing is caring. Sharing is also annoying. Journaling is different from just snapping a stream of photos. It is observation, opinion and more deeply personal … Continue reading Sharing and Caring, Selfie Journaling