If you’ve stumbled upon this blog, you’re probably either my family or friend and I’ve shamelessly sent you a link to check it out.  On the off chance that you don’t already know me, well, today is your lucky day.  Or unlucky day, depending on how you feel about ghosts because I talk about them.  A lot.

I’ve been interested in travel and the paranormal for as long as I can remember.  My family are avid travelers and we spent all the years of my childhood and into adulthood going on adventures everywhere from Arkansas to Peru to New York City to Australia.

I’m very fortunate to have a job that requires quite a bit of travel, and I try very hard to never be a ‘business traveler’ where you only stay in your hotel and never see anything in the place you’re working.   I totally get that work travel can really wear you out and sometimes there’s just not enough time to do or see anything other than work.  But I’ve made it a mission of mine to always, no matter how tired or busy I am, to see something  in the town I’m in for work.  Even if it’s just a quick meal at a local restaurant or a 30 minute hike in a park – it’s been worth every single hurried and tired moment.  I have seen some of the most incredible sights and met the most fascinating people by just taking the time to slow down, even briefly, to check out my surroundings.

I travel extensively in my personal time, as well, and will never turn down a road trip.  I love to find out-of-the-way places, haunted places, antique shops, and anywhere that makes a mean biscuit.