For many people, it is already a routine taking the kids to travel during Christmas or summer holiday. We enjoy the wonderful time with our family, accompany with the loved one to experience the happiness from travel. Our children are excited about travel. For the kids, travel isn’t a destination, it’s an easter egg-riddled journey (quote from Disney film). We love our kids, of course. But I think it would also be great to take our parent to travel or vocation at least once per year.
At 6yrs – Mommy, I love you
At 10yrs – Mom, whatever
At 16yrs – My Mom is so annoying
At 18yrs – I wanna leave this house
At 25yrs – Mom, you’re right
At 30yrs – I wanna go to mom’s house
At 40yrs – I don’t wanna lose my mom
At 50yrs – I would give up everything for my mom to be here with me
(source: someone had shared in the facebook and can't remember the source)
Round the World Tour with Life-Size Paper Dad
A young girl, Jinna, left everything in New York to travel with "her dad" around the world. Jinna was travelling with a life size paper stand of her dad to Iceland, Italy, France, England and so on. She was 25years old and could hardly recover from her deep sorrow after her father die from cancer in two years before. She knew her dad was loved to travel but never had a chance in his entire life. She left her job, not to renew her lease on her apartment, sold out everything in her closet for extra cash, and bought one-way ticket to Iceland and started the journey with "her dad".
A mom, feminine optimistic style, love to travel. Addict to coffee