Travelling with a purpose, it’s something I wish more of us would do, and something I am trying to do more of myself as I return to the road in a couple weeks."
He’s not here though, and I need to go. I need to find myself, to figure out how to be the woman I want to be, without my Dad around to act as my rock, my centre.
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