It’s a really different world when you no longer work in a traditional setting. I don’t call it retirement because I am still working, just at other things.
There is work coming and there has been lots of work, but when you leave the mainstream working world you need to become a bit of an opportunist. Two weeks ago, I dropped our youngest daughter off at the airport in Montreal to start her grand tour.
It occurred to me on the way home that I am between contracts and probably for the first time I can remember, I really don’t have anything I really need to do.
This is an odd sensation, not one I am totally comfortable with, but you really need to lean into things when you are facing a major turn in your life.
So, I will join my daughter for nine days of hiking through the Scottish Highlands. I haven’t been to Scotland for 35 years, so it is way past time that I visited. We will hike through the Highlands and attempt Ben Nevis at the end of our hike. After climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, this is the only type of travel that I want to do.
To do it with our youngest daughter is a really wonderful opportunity. I am so glad I decided to take a leap and go for it.
So the writing will continue, but I will be back focusing on adventure and trekking. I am very fortunate to be able to take this opportunity. Let’s see what leaning in really looks like.
4 thoughts on “Travels with My Daughter”
Enjoy every second of your adventure! Looking forward to reading all about it!
Great attitude pops!
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