2006 for me was a year of jetsetting. I spent many hours in the air, flying here and there. When on the ground at home, I'd still be thinking about a next trip. In fact, one of my new year's resolutions for 2006 was to travel a lot, and I meant it. I knew I'd make it.
And I did. And yet, it is by no means something I realized all by myself. It isn't something I should be proud of, either. In my doing all my travels, I appreciate more than anything the people I've met on the road, those who helped me in every imaginable way, and made my days out as fun and precious as they all have been. I know some of you might be reading this, and others don't, not knowing this blog exist at all. Either way here I would like to express my sincerest appreciation for your being a wonderful friend, generous host, knowledgeable guide, reliable mentor, and plain you. Without you, my 2006 would not have been the same. Thank you so, very much.