Houston, TX

Having Fun In Houston, TX

Houston, TXHouston is amazing. I can’t even begin to say how good a time I am having here.

The atmosphere here is full of positivity, fun, and love – three essential ingredients everyone can use a little more of in life.

This is kind of like the calm before the storm. I’m heading into Mexico next week and I’ve been preparing for that a bit. I am planning to stop in San Luis Potosí on the way to Querétaro. San Luis Potosí is a city in Central Mexico surrounded by mountains where mining was once king. I want to stop by and volunteer a bit before I continue heading south to Querétaro in the beginning of September. Let’s see what happens.

Of course there has been no culture shock, but I have not spent much time in the south. I’ve been learning a lot about the food that no one can believe I’ve never tried or heard of. Lots of different shops, restaurants, perspectives on life, etc.

Otherwise, I am just trying to enjoy and experience life one day at a time and stock up on positivity and fun here before heading into the unknown next week. I’m eternally grateful for the awesome people here who have hosted me and shown me a good time.

7 replies
  1. Candy
    Candy says:

    Enjoying each moment is what is important. We do not know how many moments we have, so each one is very special. Children teach you this. Make sure you watch and observe all the kids on your travels, they will teach you a great deal about how to be happy:) Safe journey!

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