Recently I've written a number of posts on the subject of Bonnie and me wanting to relocate, to change our lives somehow, to discover more about ourselves and learn more about the world around us. We find ourselves in a period of transition -- not quite old enough to fully retire and not mentally ready or willing to just wait until we are.
I've changed the visual format of Meandering Passage. This blog has had many lives and looks since 2006 -- it's been an Internet/Mac Technical Blog, a Photographic Blog and a Personal Journal Blog, only to mention a few. I felt I needed a way to separate and display the history of the different content and perhaps a "magazine" style would best do that. I'll continue to work out the bugs and to make it feel warmer and friendlier.
During my time for morning walks I'm often surprised at what topic or event my mind will begin to process with each step. I am prone to let thoughts wander and self select, hopefully allowing those to surface which are most relevant to me at that moment.
You can always amend a big plan, but you can never expand a little one.
This past weekend it was off to the North Carolina Mountains at the invitation of friends to join them in their mountain cabin. It's a little less then a three hour drive