Strange things can happen when you least expect them to, if only you’re open for the message. I know, I probably drive you all crazy with how often I post photographs of Scotland, of Ireland, of these places that pull my heart like a magnet. I cannot help it, for when I first traveled there, I was open and ready to absorb fully the experience. To say it seeped into me, to say it stuck, is an understatement. Perhaps it’s the pull of my ancestral roots, perhaps it’s the feeling of absolute calm and wonderment I feel when I am in these places, perhaps it’s nothing more than some seed of wanderlust that won’t stop growing. Whatever the case, HOME has taken a new meaning and no longer means Montana. Home, is these beautiful places I know I will one day reside in. Strange things, indeed.
Over the mountains
and across the heaving sea
we will return home.
Haiku on Life by Tyler Knott Gregson
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Please don’t stop posting photos of Ireland and Scotland! They are so amazing, and those of us who dream of visiting one day get a taste of the wild beauty.
Aahhh, Ireland - there is a part of my soul that is lost in Ireland, chasing faeries, singing songs, crossing lakes, getting lost in peat bogs...and Scotland too. I lived there for a while, but it didn’t quite work out for me. I do think though another part of my soul still sits in Glencoe, awestruck by the history and the beauty...