Travel Reports from the Mothership
I’m a writer by habit, a publisher by career, and a traveler by perpetual interest. I’m also a mother and wife, a reader and foodie, a sports fan, an arts aficionada, a map freak, and a fresh air fanatic. I generally prefer getting from point A to point B by walking, but I also transport myself swimming, biking, or paddling. Trains, planes, and automobiles also happen. I have parachuted through air, acted on stage, and spent an inordinate amount of time underwater. I like to ask questions, so I meet people easily and am oh-so easily entertained.
The ‘mothership’ and HMS Henning metaphors could go on endlessly, enough to…sink a ship. My blog is inspired by scuttlebutt, a freshwater container on-board 19th century ships, and the social equivalent of the office water cooler. Basically, I sail through life hoping to keep my ears open. I eavesdrop on the cautionary tales of other wayfarers and I gobble up the topics and opinions debated at local watering holes.
In 2010, my husband and I divested ourselves of home, cars, company, employees, children and dog, to behave like 20-year-olds, or 30s, only with fewer anxieties. We’ve been traveling the world since.
I’m pretty sure it will be useful, someday, if I log our progress or lack thereof. If it isn’t useful, it is at least a means to call this place, wherever this is today, home.
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If you’d like to contact me, please email kristin (at) entropypub (dot) com