As I contemplate my adventures for the coming year, I fondly recalled all my past trips to New Orleans. There was a time when I went at least once a year for work. Sometimes, I would go more than twice. I considered myself lucky. I loved that city. The food. The music. The food.
However, I haven’t been there in a rather long time. And, as my word for the coming year is traveler/adventurer, I should consider going back to one of my favorite places. I want to experience that familiar sense of travel joy.
I often debate with myself whether it’s better to go to new places or to return to favorites. I tend to favor going to new places. However, there are some favorites one shouldn’t deny oneself. That’s what New Orleans represents to me: a fondness of the familiar. Comfort.
Categories: Culture, identity, mental health, Psychology, society, Travel
SMiLes i Haven’t Been to Too Many
Places in Travel Yet Yes It is Always
Interesting to Go Back Somewhere
Long Ago to Remember Better in that
Old Familiar Environment Who
We Were At Core Before
And How Much
in Soul Mind
Devolved Since then
True i’ve Been to Both
Places the Better Place New Now
It’s Like Old FRiEnDS Too Providing
That Nostalgia too Auld Lang Syne Style
Indeed Which Remind me to Connect to Some
Long Distance FRiEnDS Beyond Space Time As THere
Is No Real Distance or Matter in Circumstances of Soul Within
When it Comes
Old Same As
New With SMiLEs Dear Miriam..:)
The familiar is a lot like a warm blanket on a cold night…!
Indeed, it is. Happy holidays!
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New Orleans is such a marvelous place, isn’t it. I am going in March to celebrate my birthday. I hope you get a chance to visit there again as well!
Oh wow! How fun. I do hope you enjoy your trip.