When our sons were little, travel played an important role in triggering developmental steps. For example, David first began to walk on a trip to Hawaii. Michael learned to swim in the hotel pool on a visit to Disneyland. As they grew, the steps were smaller and more subtle, but nonetheless observable, often keyed to a change of scene. I am wondering today, whether travel still leads us to developmental steps, however small.
I will be away a few days. The missing posts will be made up from notes I make on my travels. Will a new setting open my heart to new blessings? Am I still taking developmental baby steps at almost sixty years old?
And for the small blessing of the day.... how about wheels on suitcases?