The Chronicle of a Far-Wandering Undersharer

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A Day at the Zoo

Werribee Zoo - Open Range SafariAfter finally arriving in Melbourne, as previously stated, I was pretty drained. When I finally got to my apartment, hereafter “home,” I did my best to unpack. The Purple Suitcases by this point were really beginning to annoy me, since the very sight of them made me feel like I was still in transit. The unpacking endeavor wasn’t really so much about getting my things out and put away so much as it was about trying to find something to occupy me. I arrived home around 2pm and as tired as I was, I wanted to make sure I stayed as awake as possible, at least until I had achieved a more reasonable bedtime. My internal clock was already screwed up enough. Continue reading

The Traveler in Transit, Part II

australia planeThere really isn’t anything to be done for time. It does what it wants and it moves on without any consideration for your plans. It ticks by at the same rate whether you think your life is going too fast or too slow. It doesn’t care if your ready or not, it just keeps ticking. Continue reading

The Traveler in Transit, Part I

IMG_20140708_172350_487“Bizarre travel plans are dancing lessons from God,” said Kurt Vonnegut at some point, apparently. I’m inclined to agree. As I continue to try and blog about all that’s been going on in my life, I cannot ignore the metafictional nature of my blogging experience. Here’s to you, Mr. Vonnegut…I think you knew your stuff.  Continue reading

The One with the Purple Suitcases

IMG_20140704_141914_330Packing is definitively the worst thing ever.

Seriously. The worst. I had originally intended to blog about this initial and necessary step of my journey at some point last week, but the whole experience turned out to be an emotionally scarring odyssey.  Continue reading

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