Don’t you love it when Spring comes? Spring signals that time when summer travel plans are just about done. At least, that’s how I see the world.
I see the world through a different prism since the diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) five years ago when the disease overwhelmed my whole being. My treating RA doctor had said that the onset of the disease may have been five years prior to the time of diagnosis. Not surprising that my view of the world has changed; my view of life has changed. I now look more often for a chance to travel, keenly aware this RA afflicted body could betray me at anytime. Life with RA means my daily routine is pretty predictable. So is the pain. Thoughts of summer travel sparks the spirit, and helps overshadow RA pain.
It doesn’t matter if the plan is to travel for two weeks or two months. And no matter how exhausting flights might feel, remember to look pulled together.
I don’t know about you, but no matter how crappy I might feel from travel fa…