It seems I have been bitten by a travel bug. It is not a serious bug, but it itches every now and then. And when it does itch, the only thing that will really help is international travel. Usually I can put some sort of salve on it … maybe a weekend camping trip or just visiting someplace new. However, it seems this travel bug is not something you just pick up. It’s genetic! Evidence: my younger brother.
He has never been the complete dork that I am. I could never sleep the night before the first day of school because I was so excited. I read textbooks for fun.I’m most comfortable in the classroom. He’s better at the social part of life, just relaxing and having fun. He’s most comfortable at a party. He has been talking about joining the army for a while now, and I was really worried. But now I’m so happy that he’s not going to do that. He’s going to go to go to school for cruise ship management. I’m so excited for him to travel the world and meet all kinds of people. I know he’ll be wonderful at it. He has always been the entertainer. Good luck, Trevor! Don’t forget to invite your big sister to visit you in the Bahamas!
I just realized yesterday we only have about a month before we leave for Thailand! Oh my! We’ve been thinking about Peace Corps stuff so much, I didn’t realize how close it was. I’m very excited about it though.