Pilgrimage on hold

My planned pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago, which was going to begin less than four weeks from now, is currently on hold. Given the current level of global panic, I don’t think this will come as a surprise to any of you. I’d been monitoring the situation and taking a day-by-day approach for the … Continue reading Pilgrimage on hold

Ramping up the Camino prep

Now that I’ve been home from Mexico City for almost a week, I’ve begun ramping up my preparations for the Camino de Santiago, which I anticipate starting just after Easter. Specifically, I’ve been hiking more. Although I want to work out my walking muscles and increase my stamina, I’m not trying to create a typical … Continue reading Ramping up the Camino prep

The first few days of the rest of my life

In April 2010, I arrived for my first day of work at a local utility company, ready to begin what was supposed to be a nine-month contract to upgrade a Blackberry app. This past week, nearly ten years later, I finally said goodbye. It was quite a good run, professionally speaking. While it had its … Continue reading The first few days of the rest of my life