Jill, our whole crew, and I were anxiously waiting to see the sunrise.
We were not disappointed.
It seems to take a very long time to break through and each second was precious.
As the light shifted, we kept being amazed, and stunned, by the colors that would appear in the sky.
You could actually see the sun’s rays changing and cutting through the haze as it broke over the horizon.
There as a beautiful silence, and awe, that everyone in the balloon seemed to experience together and it was great being able to appreciate this sight with them.
There is something about traveling, and this seems to happen more when we are traveling, where you are in a group, and you all experience an amazing event together, that makes it more powerful.
Even if no one speaks or talks about it, it seems to have a hold over everyone and the honor of being there, with other people, to experience this kind of magical event, even if it happens every day, is “once in a life time” for that certain group, and for me.
It is just another reason I love to travel and see the world.
I want to see what I can see, and experience as much as I can, before I leave this mortal coil.
I’m 45 and who knows how long I’ll have now.
I have often asked my clients, “If you were to walk out the door, get hit by a bus and die, what do you want on your gravestone?”
This may sound shocking, and that is my intention, because I want them to realize they have a chance, at this moment, to change their life.
Each client has their own answer.
I want to have seen all 7 continents, to have seen the 7 wonders of the world, and to have shared them all with Jill.