A Love Letter

25 07 2008

Travel?

Are you there? Can you hear me?

I’m sorry.

I’m sorry I’ve called you all those bad names – like expensive and lonely. I really didn’t mean it. I just wanted to let you know that I love you and that I can’t live without you.

As the days pass by my love for you continues to grow. We have spent many days together, both laughing and crying. You have always welcomed me with open arms and accepted my differences. You are the one I dream about.

I thought after I left you would fade away from my mind, but still everyday I think of our time together. I need you and I miss you when you’re gone. You are always in my mind and in my heart no matter the distance between us.

It’s been so long since we’ve reconnected. But I’m telling you now that the wait is over; I am ready to become a part of your life again just like you have always been a part of mine.

I promise to always love you.

Q: Does a traveler ever feel at “home” in any one place? Or are they always seeking the next adventure and reminiscing about the others?
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7 responses

27 07 2008
Anthony

Thats quite a passionate letter lol

27 07 2008
Anna

@anthony: yah, not sure what came over me that day!

28 07 2008
itinerantlondoner

While daydreaming about the next trip is always great, I think it’s sad if you can’t learn how to love and appreciate home (wherever that is) in between trips. Finding things to love about home is a great way to stay sane otherwise you just end up miserable and wishing your life away!

28 07 2008
Anna

@itinerantlondoner: You’re absolutely right. I have a love/hate relationship with home. I think it depends on the weather – Canada has a really bad winter! I will definitely miss it when I’m gone though. Maybe then I’ll write a love letter home!

28 07 2008
itinerantlondoner

I couldn’t cope with a Canadian winter, I’m not surprise you want to escape for a while!

28 07 2008
Anna

@itinerantlondoner: You would think having a Russian background would make you immune to Canadian winters. It doesn’t.

23 01 2009
Travel Packages India

As you said in the letter, even though there are difference each traveller who is passionate about traveling, opens his arms and welcomes the place with out seeing the differences. But home is always Sweet Home.

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