Lessons Learned in April (2016 edition)
This month has worn me out. We have traveled from Tennessee to North Carolina to Iowa to South Dakota to Idaho then back to Iowa. Next came Texas, Missouri, and Tennessee and now we are in Illinois for the weekend seeing my sister. It has been a month of transitioning and getting ready for our next adventure. We have enjoyed time with friends and family. Slowly all our i’s are being dotted and our t’s are being crossed as we are getting ready to move to West Africa. A reminder to self: Next time you are making a transition, don’t try to do it in two months.
Each month I take time to look back and see what I have learned. I also link up with Emily and other bloggers at Chatting at the Sky in what they have learned.
Here are five lessons from the month of April
1. I Don’t Like to Travel Alone
I did enjoy stopping in Tulsa for a night to see a friend I had worked with in Central Asia. So breaking up the trip was a great idea.