I wouldn’t under normal circumstances, consider myself wild, unless I’ve had a few martinis. I will concede that my high school years could very easily be characterized as wild, although I survived and have some great stories from those years in my life.
Interesting that ll the photos are of animals and just 2 images of people. I didn’t think it would be that big of a deal to go on safari in South Africa, and that animals in the wild wouldn’t be that much different than seeing them at a zoo. I was totally wrong seeing powerful lions, gorgeous giraffes , and incredible elephants.
If I had an extra 6 hours to spend reading, I’d buy all the back issues of Wild Sister and leisurely stroll through their pages of lovely images and inspiring words.
Stopping to reflect on where I was last May, it’s been a wild ride these last 12 months.
I get a little antsy when I’ve been looked indoors, hanging out too much in the urban jungle. I love getting out into nature, waking through the trees, enjoying the view from the mountaintops, lowering my blood pressure as I listen to waves lapping on a shoreline.
I can’t believe my baby brother is 18 years old and heading off to college in a few months- THAT is wild!
GOOD NEWS OF THE DAY: Been such a good weekend- lots of catching up, relaxing, lovely dinners, quality time with hubby & naps.