Today I spent some time browsing my photo gallery. Remembering some outrageous family times, past loves, a plethora of unfortunate selfies but mostly overwhelming adventure seeking shots That’s when I came across this picture and decided that an adventure, an opportunity to explore or to journey doesn’t mean you have to travel to the ends of the earth. An adventure can be found in merely deciding to run instead of walk, it can be in asking questions that you usually wouldn’t and it can be in the people that you surround yourself with. Ultimately every moment, even the mundane ones, can turn into something brilliant.
The last few weeks of my life have felt like the ultimate version of ‘Waiting for Godot’ except instead of Godot, I have been waiting for Visa’s. Bureaucracy is not something I’ve truly been a fan of but I’ve definitely learnt that the system is going to take its time whether you like it or not. And in the mean time, instead of waiting around (Like I’ve done), it’s important to seek the next adventure.
And by that I mean; It is important to appreciate what you have, where you are and who you are in each moment because once you can do that, then you’re free to live every moment as an opportunity to explore
James and Ethel Grey Park