When I first started my life-changing adventure in 2011, I had no idea what I was doing, or where to begin.
I was in a place where my friends were all getting married and I was just trying to find my way out of this hole.
I had never been to a Caribbean island and had never seen anything like it.
I thought I’d be lost in the Caribbean or the Bahamas, but that wasn’t the case.
As my friends got married, I decided to try my luck on the Riviera in New Orleans.
I flew in my own plane and had to find a crew that was willing to take my boat on their yacht.
As it turned out, I didn’t have to fly in a plane with a crew; they could have picked any boat they wanted.
We took the boat to the Grand Coulee Dam and set up a small base camp in the water, waiting for the sun to come up.
At the beginning of the day, it was clear that the water was too cold for any sort of survival, but by evening we were on our way.
The sun was just setting when the boat was brought up on the boat ramp and the crew on board began to relax.
They were happy to have someone to share their day with.
It was one of those moments that you wish you could take back and make better memories.
It is really important to remember to always be open and listen to your surroundings and the people around you.
It’s easy to forget how much our world changes with each new day and moment.
This time of year, I found myself feeling so free.
I’m always ready to make new memories and experiences with people I love and share them with.
This trip was the culmination of those memories, and I can say I’m grateful for everything I’ve experienced and the memories I’ve shared with so many people.