Hi! My name is Rommel. You are viewing The Sophomore Slump and this is my 300th post. Followers and alike, I hope you enjoy…
May I borrow your precious time as it took 1 year, 8 months and 27 days 😀 for me to finish this 300th post. I beg of you to view each of the entries. Not just beacuse I browsed and sifted through countless of blogposts to compose this, but mainly because these are great words and images by your fellow WordPress bloggers. It doesn’t take too much time to finish this post. I promise. 😉 And if you don’t finish all the pages, you can always come back. 😀
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— Debra Kolkka of Bagni di Lucca and Beyond, Almost spring in Lucca
1. Every place holds a treasure trove of insights.
… my eyes developed some kind of x-ray vision, which enabled me to look beyond the things around. I have learned to dig that treasure. I have learned to apprehend the significance of a place, what it mirrors to us; it made all the difference.
2. The best gift that we can give to our loved ones is time.
3. The more you travel, the more your horizons expand.
4. If there’s a will, there’s always a way.
5. It’s damn good to experience new things.
— Sony Fugaban of Stories of the Wandering Mind & Feet, 2013: A Milestone Year for Stories of the Wandering Feet & Mind
This is always a beautiful view, but today the light was perfect, changing every minute …
— Gilly of Lucid Gypsy, Sunday Gave Even More
Everyone has their version of the Field of Dreams.
Ours are made of…
Laughter, tons of smiles, hugs and kisses.
Child-like adventures, fun stories and lots of playtime.
— The Island Traveler of this man’s journey, On Top pf Bluebonnet Field of Dreams
— Jo Bryant of Chronicles of Illusions, Small Stone
… we have found serenity in the richness of nature and alluring details in the night that quite often are overlooked. We are once again reminded of the awe inspired when we live in the moment.
— LuAnn of Paint your Landscape, Night Symphony and a Close Encounter
There is no better way to connect to a city, than to get off the beaten path and watch real people, at work, and at play. To witness the rhythms and routines of their daily lives, structured by the demands of family, job and religion.
— Madhu of The Urge To Wander, Caught in the Act