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The Unfolding Richness of the Unexpecteds: Reflecting on our time in England Part 2

We left off our last blog post with the realization that one reflective writing session was not nearly enough to recognize the fullness of our time in the British Isles. As Judy has often said since, it felt like we … Continue reading

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Finding Our Way

As we’ve begun to explore the woods behind Tiny on Shanti’s daily walks, we have been struck by the difference between walking here, in Ross Ferry, NS, and walking the Camino. The Camino has drawn pilgrims for thousands of years. … Continue reading

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Taking Time to Reminisce …

About fifteen months ago we set off to walk part of the Camino de Santiago trail to mark a significant transition in our lives. As we reached the post one year mark, we realized that we hadn’t continued to reflect … Continue reading

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Ready. Set. Don’t Go.

It has been a very busy couple of months. While sitting amidst the unknowns in terms of our many major life decisions, we’ve been slowly and steadily moving forward with the idea of starting a small business in which we … Continue reading

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