One thing I have learned is that there are people who want to know about this trip, and there are people who simply do not. It's like food. You either like rhubarb, or you don't. I am pretty good, I think, about determining within the 1st few moments in a conversation, which camp the other person falls into.
Camp Tellmeallaboutit is a really fun place for me to visit. As my last post proves, I have a lot to process... and that's all pre-trip processing. I'll be a stinky mess when I come home, I am sure. But for now talking this stuff out is fun and helpful and energizing.
I'm wondering a bit about how the folks arrived at Camp Surewhateverwhatsforlunch. And I do mean wondering. I like talking about this stuff and I tend to get a little obsessive about my passions, but I don't think I broadcast the "All Megin all of the time" channel. I like thinking about and talking about traveling and getting to meet new people and bare witness to an alternate reality and I want to know what a trip to Africa makes you wonder about.
Oh and by the way... Diane's still making necklaces and you forgot about buying one for your friend's kid. Great gift. Everyone who has ordered one loves it! Quick, email me before you forget again!