The world is simply far too big for me to even think for one second I have a clue all the places I would love to see. There is probably 1/2 the world I am unaware exists.
My daughter recently travelled to Morocco, and Portugal. I would love to someday visit there.
I believe my number one Bucket list item for travel is Tanzania, Africa. I would love to stay at the Taasalodge where you can have breakfast with giraffes. There is a African safari tour in jeeps amongst jungle wildlife. That my friends would be a absolutely amazing.
I truly have been blessed to have travelled to some pretty awesome places. This past summer we travelled to Alaska which was a bucket list place. It was one of the most exciting places we’ve been. So beautiful, open air, fresh and stunningly serene.
Is there any place you’d love to visit that you have not yet? I’m sure there are many more places, but if I had to state my first and most challenging to get too it would be Tanzania Africa to drink tea with the giraffes~
Until tomorrow my lovelies, good night and god bless~
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Welcome to my blog~
My name is Chrissy. I’m the proud mom of two great young adults and happily married for 25 years to the love of my life. I am making this year 2018 the year I complete my memoir, i am bunkering down and completing this project that I started many years ago. I am finding it challenging reliving some of the moments that I have tried so hard to forget. Sometimes retelling a story can be soothing maybe even a time of healing. But living with PTSD has brought new threats to the peace I strive so hard for each day.
My hopes with this blog is to share with you our story of tragedy, guilt, pain, perserverence, triumphs and love. To write about our struggles, battles, hopes and dreams after a devastating accident that left our son with catastrophic injuries. We have overcome staggering odds, fighting, laughing and striving for acceptance and equality. Working towards living our best life with a son in a wheelchair, a mother with guilt, a father with strength and a daughter to make us smile.
It’s our story, it’s how we have found the grace in grief and how we can hopefully inspire you to do the same~xo
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