1. Lisa Moss
    September 18, 2018 @ 12:10 am

    WOW, this post took me totally by surprise Uhhm, connected to my children, oh yes! Sometimes, too connected. For example, today I was mowing our 3 acres for approximately 3 1/2 hours and I asked myself, what is the American dream”? Without any idea my son would reference it in this post. Puzzling, I had no answer to that question. However, after reading this post, his quest became clear…living HIS dream.

    Most of us working Americans are exactly as he posts, die hard workers. Working M-F, weekends/holidays off. Only to begin, end and repeat again. I’m a lucky lady to have invested 26+ years to a career providing me with a lifetime of retirement/medical. I am very grateful and blessed. As hard as it is for me to grasp, I now understand this type of life style isn’t for everyone, including my son. That’s okay with me as long as he is happy. When I lay my head down at night I can rest easy knowing I did my best to instill in my children the importance of family values and morals. No matter what path my children take in life, they are assured their BIGGEST supporter is their mother.

    Let the sensory overload fulfill you and the music of snake charmers grab your attention. Take in all the beauty the world has to offer. But, please watch out for those camel spiders!

    The Scrabble will be ready upon your return, as is the homemade biscuits await your hearty appetite.

    I truly wish the very best for you and hope you live life to the fullest wherever your journey leads you. Never doubt…HOME is always where Mom is. I love you Russ!

  2. Nancy Gajan
    September 18, 2018 @ 3:38 pm

    WOW!!! Sadly, you are so right about what our America has become. It breaks my heart but I understand and am excited for you and your family’s adventures y’all are embarking on. Love and well wishes to you and I look forward to reading about your travels