Happiest Moments Collection

November 15, 2010 | 35 Comments »

Will you share your happiest moments?

I can’t imagine a better post than a collection of our favorite experiences in life – not just for an immediate vibe lift, but also to line us up nicely for more of the same.

Plus, I’m super curious to hear about Good Vibe Blog readers happiest moments!

I’ll start with my top three and add a handful of early responders to the post, but I already know the most valuable part of this post (as with most) will be the comments.

Here are a few of my favorite happy moments:

1. The end of my first day volunteering for the local animal rescue group.

I’d spent the entire day walking dogs and scooping litter boxes at a Petsmart adoption fair, without a single moment to reflect until it was over.  At the end of the day, I felt complete fulfillment for the first time in my life. I was 25.  And hooked for life.  Couldn’t wipe the smile off my face and the organizers thought I was nuts when I asked them to please put me on the schedule for every following weekend.

2. Ski date with Jon Little.

It was my first date months after a heartbreaking split with a fiance.  Jon gave me a few tips at the top of the slope which dramatically improved my ski skills (!) and shortly after lost me on the slopes.  I felt like an accomplished skier and had so much fun on the gorgeous mountain by myself, that I knew, for the first time in months, and without a doubt, that I would be okay.  There was life after love.

3. The first hour of coach training in Phoenix with Martha Beck.

I was so happy to have honored what my heart most desired that I literally had a moment of fear that I might float right out of my body, out the window, and miss the whole thing.  That was from a girl who did not believe in out of body experience at the time, too.  But the incredible happiness to be doing what I loved and taking steps toward my dream made my spirit so light I thought my body wouldn’t be able to contain it any more.

Man, those were happy moments.

My favorite happy moments these days are usually associated with latest feline family member Elvis and interactions with fellow creators here and at GVU.

Thanks for letting me share my high points in life here, and for sharing yours, too!

Just a few excerpts from the comments:

Visionary Fairy says: “Every Xmas (and second) I get to spend with my wonderful and healthy mom after her health scares 4 seasons ago! Not that I ever took her for granted before but MAN am I ecstatic now!”

M shares: “when I first saw my lover in *real life* (whom I had met on the internet) and he was exactly as gorgeous and sweet as I had imagined (and has remained so ever since)”

Stella Seaspirit writes: “‘Being’ with loved ones (animal and human) where no words are necessary.”

Reflectozone says: “Going back to my country of birth and seeing my parents after ten years. I left my country of birth when I was 19 years old and never looked back for reasons too lengthy to get into. This year, I managed to go back with my husband and son. Words cannot describe the utter joy of seeing my parents and traveling to meet long lost cousins and relatives. It was bliss!”

Lin E shares: “when my mom comes to visit and she ‘mothers’ me (she’s here now… yay!)”

Reeya offers: “My 1st vist to the Grand Canyon. I was blown away with the beauty of it (didn’t expect to have this reaction) and was glad we had an awesome sunny bright day with clear blue skies! I got some great pictures too that I often look back and reflect on and still get the same reaction.”

Sonia writes: “Yesterday, a great evening with Martini and Caviar and the great GREAT feeling of energy moving in the direction of my dreams.”

From Nicole: “The moment I truly realized I loved myself just the way I am…intense happiness!”

Leah adds: “Getting the tv show…. That was always a little voice thing that I wanted but never said out loud and how it happened was so abstract, so abstract it is almost an unbelievable story.”

Kim says: “Holding my first published novel in my hand.”

Katie’s went like this: “One of the happiest moments in my life was when myself, my husband and three kids were just laying on our family room floor. Someone said something funny and we all laughed. Looking at their beautiful smiling faces and seeing how happy we all were made my heart want to explode. I swore I could stay in that moment forever and I remember thanking my angels for such a wonderful family. It wasn’t a holiday or a birthday, but one of the most special days I’ve ever had.”

Matthew’s is lovely, too: “Snow Angels with my Dad when I was 8.”

These are all so fun to read – thanks, everyone!

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35 Responses to “ Happiest Moments Collection ”

  1. Oh goodie, I was worried you requested my top 3, and well, I just can’t rank them like that!

    These are clearly in no particular order:

    * Every second I look at my cat Maverick! Though it gets nearly unbearable when he snuggles up around my arms and face so I am holding him like a teddy bear in the morning!!

    * Every Xmas (and second) I get to spend with my wonderful and healthy mom after her health scares 4 seasons ago! Not that I ever took her for granted before but MAN am I ecstatic now!

    * The night before I boarded a cruise ship as a professional performer on a major cruise line. As I sat in my hotel room in Miami, I was just struck by how magical this moment was. It had all been so RANDOM how they contacted me and I quickly made an audition tape. It really was the first time I felt a HUGE wink like that from the Universe and a very deliberate shove towards being a successful performer!

    * I truly am not sure I can name any ONE amazing NYC moment. I have SO SO SO SO many of them I can’t even begin to list them! I suppose if I had to name ONE: The day I discovered rollerskaters jammin’ to 70’s house music in the middle of Central Park! It was a GORGEOUS spring day and I felt like I stepped into another decade. You can’t watch these folks without smiling. I couldn’t stop going back! If I’m lucky they pull me in the central to dance!

    * The night I performed my cabaret here this past June! The audience was just FULL of all of my nearest and dearest. After all the work and anxieties to get to that moment…to have that incredible support and then to actually feel good about nearly everything in my performance that night (rare!)…I can’t explain how magical this night was. I had a funny thought as I greeted everyone in the bar. I felt as happy as I imagined it would feel on my wedding night! Which was entirely unexpected and good since I have none of those planned yet.

    * Every second I am harmonizing.

    * Every second I am singing.

    * The feeling I get when I am able to play a song on my guitar – because I can accompany myself! And how exciting it is that I am just as happy to play it without singing along!

    * When I finally fell in love at the age of 23…having felt there must have been something wrong with me up to that point.

    * Oddly enough and as incredibly inappropriate as it was: When my cousins and I caught the giggles at my grandmother’s funeral! (eek!)

    * Some of the SILLIEST moments with my wacky friends when we all humor each other and do ridiculous things. That is a very generic and broad statement…but thankfully, there are SO many!

    * When my friend and I laughed at NOTHING for a good 20 minutes straight…eventually cry-laughing.

    Thanks for suggesting this…I needed it!

  2. Oh, VF, you’ve given ME such a lovely list to choose my favorites of YOUR happiest moments from! Giggles at grandma’s funeral and the rollerskaters in Central Park and your opening night of your cabaret – and Maverick, of course – are contenders!

    So loving this already – you provided enough here in one response to make this entire post worth it. THANK YOU!!
    🙂

  3. M. says:

    What a wonderful idea for a blog posting xxx

    I cannot possibly name my 3 happiest moments. But some of them are …

    * when I first saw my lover in *real life* (whom I had met on the internet) and he was exactly as gorgeous and sweet as I had imagined (and has remained so ever since)

    * whenever I am allowed to hold a tiny kitten in my arms

    * whenever my boss gives me praise (and I know I have changed this situation around with lots of appreciation for her, because in the beginning, she would give me anything else but praise ;-p)

    * whenever my cat looks into my eyes and purrs

    but perhaps the happiest and greatest moment in my life so far was when I learned from Abraham that I could completely trust my inner voice (the wisdom of my Inner Being). This empowered me so much and I felt so happy because I knew I did not have to listen to things that feel *wrong* for me any longer. Other people can have their own opinions and follow their own truths, and I can follow mine, hey, isn’t that wonderful? 🙂

    Love <3
    M.

  4. Yay for real life lover first meetings! Love that one, M.

    And I’m with you on the cat/kitten thing. !!

    Thanks for sharing here – it feels like such a privilege to experience others’ best moments right along with you!

  5. Just the first few that come to mind;
    *‘Being’ with loved ones (animal and human) where no words are necessary
    *Every time I’m blithely hanging around and a manifestation suddenly drops in, in the most fabulously unexpected way
    *Each time a client or reader writes to say I’ve made some difference in their lives
    *Reading cool blog posts ~ like this one 🙂
    *Mingling with inspiring and like-minded people

  6. Ah, such a sweet one, Stella! (The moment the manifestation drops in!)

    And thanks for adding Good Vibe Blog to your list. What a compliment to the entire community here!
    🙂

  7. Reflectozone says:

    I have been following your blog for a few weeks now to see if the content resonated with me. I love it. I look forward to your posts everyday.
    The three happiest moments of my life are:

    1. My son’s birth. Up until I had my son, I had not known what unconditional love truly meant. When I held him for the first time 6 years ago; I felt a surge of emotion that I had never thought I was capable of. Since then, he has taught me what the joy of being unselfish, kind and simplicity truly means.

    2. Going back to my country of birth and seeing my parents after ten years. I left my country of birth when I was 19 years old and never looked back for reasons too lengthy to get into. This year, I managed to go back with my husband and son. Words cannot describe the utter joy of seeing my parents and traveling to meet long lost cousins and relatives. It was bliss!

    3. The day I married my best friend. After dating for 6 years my best friend and true love Chris and I, decided to take the plunge and get married. I had been so apprehensive about it since I had a previous failed marriage. But on that day, all my worries melted away. It felt right. I was happy and still am to this day.

  8. Reflectozone, I got goosebumps reading your second entry! I’ve never had that experience, but just reading a few intimate lines from you makes me feel like I’ve enjoyed it, too.

    Thank you for posting! (And for reading.) 🙂

  9. Lin E says:

    Of course having my babies is right up there but I will not state the obvious, so….

    *writing something that connects me with people who are having the same experience

    *when my mom comes to visit and she ‘mothers’ me (she’s here now… yay!)

    *going to Phoenix and Keystone this year… blew me away.

    Also, the last two things Stella said but that’s more than three and that would be cheating! lol

  10. Well, Lin, as The Worst Mother, that might not have been obvious about you to everyone, so good you got that in there. ha

  11. Reeya says:

    Hmmmm…I don’t know which one(s) to really add but the one that sticks out in mind the most right now was when my son played popwarner football at age 11, He’s now 17!

    I’ll never forget this day and I always love to tell the story.

    The game was tied and going into OT. (I am already starting to feel my heart swell up with pride as I type, 🙂 ) They gave the ball to him to run it in for a touchdown, but he didn’t make it in.

    The other team got the ball and they weren’t able to get it in either. YAY!! We have another chance.

    So they gave my son the ball again and this time he runs a different direction then the first time and almost got tackled and taken down at the 1 yard line as he did the last time.

    But instead, as the other team was starting to jump at him to take him down, he suddenly leaps over the other boys and lands right into the endzone scoring the winning touchdown.

    I almost lost my mind I was screaming so loud. hahaha…I was soooo happy for him and for his team. This game was a tough and we won!

    So it looks like one of my most happiest moments didn’t even happen to me, it happened to my son.

    What a great feeling it is to be this excited not for yourself, but for being a witness to a proud moment in another person’s life!

    Two other HM’s that I would like to list here, now that I’ve had some time to think are:

    2. My 1st vist to the Grand Canyon. I was blown away with the beauty of it (didn’t expect to have this reaction) and was glad we had an awesome sunny bright day with clear blue skies! I got some great pictures too that I often look back and reflect on and still get the same reaction.

    3. And lastly, not as dramatic as the others but surprislingly just as special. 🙂 Everytime I walk into Yankee Candle and browse my way through the different scents until I find that one or two that I simply MUST take home. I LOOOOVE the whole process of doing this!

    And now I am a little excited about the possibility of my next happy moment and can’t wait!!

    Thanks you so much JM, for this post!!

  12. What a fun story, Reeya! Moments like that are unforgettable, aren’t they?

    woo hoo!!

    Thanks for including yours on the list!

    Your Grand Canyon entry reminded me of when I saw Stonehenge. I was only 15 at the time, and was more interested in the boys soccer team on the steps outside the Louvre than I was in seeing the Mona Lisa – but Stonehenge was a different story altogether. Awesome and breathtaking and indescribable. Words can’t do justice to the feeling I had the moment I laid eyes on it. That was … ridiculous.

    Thanks for bringing me back to that one. Delicious!

  13. sonia says:

    1. The last time I fell in love, I looked into his eyes and I saw infinite possibilities. Life was truly magic.

    2. A surprise trip for Valentine’s day to Paris.

    3. Yesterday, a great evening with Martini and Caviar and the great GREAT feeling of energy moving in the direction of my dreams

    Life is full of unexpected beautiful surprises and often, happiness choses different avenues then the ones expected 🙂

  14. sonia says:

    Haapy birthday Chip! 🙂

  15. sonia says:

    ooops! I meant “happy” of course! 😀

  16. ChipEFT says:

    This week was my birthday. In the past when I’ve wished people on Facebook happy birthday, I felt a little dejected that I didn’t get acknowledged for my well wishes, especially when it was a good friend. But I know that it is a huge task with so many well-wishers.

    So this year I decided I would appreciate and acknowledge everyone that sent me a birthday wish. It wasn’t long before I started feeling the love that was being sent my way, both from the birthday wishes and the appreciation of being personally answered. The more I answered, the more wishes were sent my way. It took a few hours of may day, but by the end of the day it was, at least as far as I can remember, the happiest time of my life.

  17. Way to amp up the love on your birthday, Chip!! That’s a nice investment of time and energy. And very inspiring – thank you!

    And happy birthday! 🙂

  18. Sonia, it’s kind of like motherhood – those happy moments are lovely to hear from someone who has experienced them! It does speak volumes about you, too, about what a great lover you are! To be present, open, and willing to engage.
    Just lovely! 🙂 Thanks for adding to this growing list!

  19. Nicole says:

    1 – The moment I truly realized I loved myself just the way I am…intense happiness!

    2 – Most of my best times revolve around music: attending favorite band concerts, playing in concerts, writing music, playing piano, etc.

    3 – Seeing my babies’ faces for the first time, so amazing and lucky to have 3 healthy children!

    Chip – It’s so awesome that facebook gives us the opportunity to appreciate a friend’s birthday!

    Thinking back over my life experience, I tried to remember the earliest moment in my life where I experienced happiness. As a child, I don’t remember feeling emotions like I do now. Either I was indifferent to them, or didn’t realize what was occurring. The first time I can truly remember being ‘happy’ was in Kindergarten and I was running on the playground, the sun was bright, and I suddenly felt loved. I thanked God for the experience.

    Christmas time was also awesome, especially the year I got exactly what I wanted – a sony walkman with Michael Jackson’s Thriller cassette tape! LOL

    Anyone else remember the first time in your life you felt happy?

  20. Nicole, I can’t imagine it gets any better than that! (From your first item.)

    WOW!

    And I love your suggestion to remember the FIRST experience of happiness … I’ll have some fun with that one right now …

    (What great vibes we’re activating here!) woo hoo!!

  21. Yes yes Jeannette…SUCH great vibes here…as always! Thank you for the sweet comments!

    I love this idea of remembering the FIRST experience of happiness.

    All of mine seem to revolve around my mother and just loving her SO SO SO SOOOO much! I recently gave all my old lunch boxes away but I had to keep my Strawberry Shortcake one because the minute I opened it up and saw my name written on surgical tape (mom worked in the O.R.!) on my thermos it INSTANTLY took me back. Suddenly I was 6 years old at lunch…feeling nervous away from home and seeing the lunch my mom packed made me feel so happy, safe, and loved!

    I would imagine my most memorable from a young age were those Christmas mornings sneaking down the steps to try to make out what toys were piled around the tree/fake fireplace! They all sort of blur together a bit though as far as which was when. Though I know I did get that Cabbage Patch Kid I wanted in 1st grade!

    When I was little I had a stuffed bunny rabbit named Pinky Paws (due to his pink paws, of course!). One day I pinched my fingers in the chains on the swing set in my backyard. As I was crying, my brother desperately wanted to make the hurt go away and asked “Do you want me to go get Pinky Paws?”. “Yes! Yes! please!” I cried. And off he ran to the house and brought me my Pinky Paws. Like magic, the pain disappeared!! This is one of the first times I realized how much my brother cared for me!

  22. Leah says:

    I thought it would be easier to sift through and pick the top three… But after some rumination, I can pick memorable moments, but then more pop up…

    1) Getting the tv show…. That was always a little voice thing that I wanted but never said out loud and how it happened was so abstract, so abstract it is almost an unbelievable story.
    2) Doing my first commercial voice over….again so abstract, a serendipitous meeting, a phone call, in the same neighbourhood… “can you come and do this voice over?” and I always thought I would be good at that!
    3) Just getting a call from a National newspaper about one of my projects! Just getting the call… I haven’t had the interview yet, but I will 😉 Then I’ll have to update #3.

  23. Lisa shared a great post along these lines – well worth leaving this blog to go read – at

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Miracle-Moments-and-the-Element-of-Surprise

    I’ll share one of my favorite parts:

    It wasn’t the day I had my first child. It was the day I got a somewhat surprising call from my doctor saying, “Well, Lisa, I’ve figured out what’s wrong with your hormones and why you aren’t having your period. You are pregnant.”

  24. Kim Falconer says:

    I love reading all these happy moments!

    My best three, off the top of my head, are:

    Sitting on a horse for the very first time and being so TALL! (I was 2 years old)

    The moment my son was born (like Reflectozon – whole new brand of LOVE)

    Holding my first published novel in my hand (very similar to above!)

    My daily best are cats purring for no reason, the sea, and rooftop garden blooms. Life just gets better and better!

    Some pretty ah ha moments @GoodVibeBlog AND @GoodVibeUni too!

  25. Katie says:

    One of the happiest moments in my life was when myself, my husband and three kids were just laying on our family room floor. Someone said something funny and we all laughed. Looking at their beautiful smiling faces and seeing how happy we all were made my heart want to explode. I swore I could stay in that moment forever and I remember thanking my angels for such a wonderful family. It wasn’t a holiday or a birthday, but one of the most special days I’ve ever had.

  26. Lois says:

    Three happy moments for me….

    When my first granddaughter was placed in my arms, I remember feeling more love for her than I had ever felt for anyone in my entire life. That was truly a happy moment for me.

    Recently, my eleven year old granddaughter and I went to see the movie “Secretariat” together. She still enjoys cuddling with me and as we set there in the movie theater watching the movie and cuddling I felt so happy and blest to have such a great relationship with her.

    I have many happy memories with my sweetheart, but some of the happiest are when we are hiking and he stops and takes me in his arms and kisses me. With the sun spilling down on my face I feel extremely happy.

    Lois

  27. Matthew O'Grady says:

    Great post, Jeannette!

    Some happy moments:

    Abraham event in LA this past summer(and the hot springs after with my girl and our friends)

    Top of the mountain in Telluride with my brother just taking in the majesty of the mountains

    Realizing I could change my life anytime I wanted to..

    Reconnecting with my girl

    Waling in woods with my Gramps, brother and cousins, and our dog Shadow at like 5 or 6.

    Snow Angels with my Dad when I was 8

    Doing the first Matt and Phil LOA Show

    Remembering in the moment to forgive someone when they said something specifically to hurt me…

    One day lying in the grass, under a big oak, a few years ago, and all i could see was the tree, the leaves and the Sun and sky and all I could hear was the wind in the leaves..

  28. Sophie says:

    My happiest moments, ah but there are so many, how to choose?

    – Meeting my husband for real the first time and being totally swept off my feet 🙂
    – Giving birth to my first child: there is a new person in the room and I made that happen!
    – Editing my first video: wow, I can tell a story with images!
    – Reading someone’s positive comments about me in French! (Thank you S from GVU for that)
    – Every time I connect to my soul self and giggle with her about how silly it all is
    – Now!

    Love,

    Sophie

  29. Lois says:

    I submitted some happy moments a few days ago, but I have to tell everyone about something that happened after that. Three months ago I lost my job. I applied for unemployment benefits and was receiving them. A month ago I received a letter that my benefits were on hold and might be discontinued. I was depressed, but I decided to wholeheartedly embrace the teachings of Abraham like I had never done before. I practised letting go of resesistance and feeling connected to Source, feeling a sense of well-being. I did rampages of appreciation, as well as some of the other tools. But the tool that I believe had the most effect was the Creative Workshop. I got to the point that I was feeling so good and sleeping so peacefully that I almost didn’t care about the money. But on Saturday I received a check and notification that my benefits will continue. I am so happy knowing that the teachings of Abraham are real and that they do work. I know now that I can create the life that I want without a shadow of a doubt. And this makes me extremely happy.

  30. Reeya says:

    That’s an awesome update Lois!! Congrats 🙂

  31. Anna says:

    On my mind:

    – watching Yellow Submarine with my son (and often just about anything else) I got up and danced and sang with exuberance I’d like to think we’re known for. Singing along with me, jumping up and down on my bed, beaming with joy, he quickly said “I love you!” and then continued on into the next verse with me, not missing a beat. Man – I LOVE that kid!

    – after having applied and interviewed 3 times for the position of Junior Reporter at The Yorkton Enterprise (boldly going where no community newspaper in Saskatchewan had gone before – twice weekly) finally getting the job, yes – but nothing compared to receiving the letter from the Editor 3 months later complimenting me as he officially let me know I’d passed the probationary period, and being able to say to him: “I told you that you should have hired me in the first place

  32. Anna says:

    On my mind:

    – watching Yellow Submarine with my son (and often just about anything else) I got up and danced and sang with exuberance I’d like to think we’re known for. Singing along with me, jumping up and down on my bed, beaming with joy, he quickly said through a laugh “I love you!” and then continued on into the next verse with me, not missing a beat. Man – I LOVE that kid!

    – after having applied and interviewed 3 times for the position of Junior Reporter at The Yorkton Enterprise (boldly going where no community newspaper in Saskatchewan had gone before – twice weekly) finally getting the job, yes – but nothing compared to receiving the letter from the Editor 3 months later complimenting me as he officially let me know I’d passed the probationary period, to which I smiled and said, “I told you that you should have hired me the first time.”

    – while watching my son’s class performance at a school concert, he saw me near the front and mouthed “I love you” between his lines, and another time he said it in sign language… I mean, how cool is that?! I’m still surprised I haven’t actually burst all over everybody!

    Of moments in particular, those stand out – along with every time my kid has said “I love you” while laughing because of something we’re doing at the time (like when I joined him jumping on my bed while singing the PSYCH theme song – always the little things that amuse us, whether we’re 6 or 48 – and I LOVE IT!!)

    Thank you, Jeannette and ALL who’ve posted, for keeping me right where I wanna be… Feeling the Love, Baby!

  33. Annettie says:

    Oh! Tis hard to pick just three! Let’s see what comes up first . . .
    1. The Christmas morning I got my first kitten. I was 8, and she was so tiny that she lay in my hand. So tiny, so furry, so purry. . . . and all MINE!!!
    2. The day I interviewed the cheetah keeper and we went to the night house. I thought we’d stay out front, but NO! And they stayed in that night house for the whole hour I was there, being regal and purring. And after we left I realized there was no still picture of me with them. So we turned around and went back – – and Ratel came to me. Rumbly PURRR and headbutt to the fence in front of me. He put his big cheetah head to the fence as I bent down to meet him, and his nose touched mine.
    I had the hardest time driving home after that, I felt so airy!
    3. My first day at the Zoo job! I was learning about the Savanna animals, and realized that was truly a part of the job! WooHOO!!

    And when TedD has a conversation with me, or plays at stalking me in the morning. When he lays on me and squeaks because his purring is so heartfelt and joyous.

  34. Kathryn says:

    I love this thread!!!

    The birth of my daughter Jessica. She came out and waved to everyone in the room and smiled! Really! She did!

    The first time I heard The Work of Byron Katie – 1996? – Katie was in SLC and I attended the event expecting nothing, having been disappointed again and again with teachers and processes for the past 20 years — The short version is Voila! A simple process with which people can free themselves of limitation and fear – by honoring and listening to the wisdom within. A joyful discovery and major turning point for me. I went to town with it, and never stopped.

    Swimming a few miles from shore out to the 150’foot sailing schooner I lived on, moored in Santa Barbara – at night with the starlight sparkling in the waters all around me…

    There’s a zillion more… I do have to add that discovering LOA a few years ago, and opening to the boundless joy it offers continues to expand my happiness in ways I never knew was really possible – and I was pretty happy to start out! What a wonder this life is!

  35. Julie B says:

    oooh.. .. I just found this so a nice spot to share my favorite moments… well having my daughter is one of the biggest things that ever happened to me and I’m so grateful I have her.

    One of my most bestest, funnest, most memorable, in-the-flow zone continually was my 2000 trip down under to the Sydney Olympics. Was in Oz for a month! Did NOT want to come back, I had so much fun and everybody was so much fun AND it was the year 2000, therefore, no big bad terroristy security stuff… it was an International party of love and sports and competition, and love of country and people and on and on. AND the girl we traveled w/, Laura Wilkenson, WON THE GOLD for her 10 meter dive. UN-BUH-LEEV-AH-BL.

    That has to be one of my most favorite times… the whole trip. Going to a whole new continent is highly recommended!

    xoxo
    Julie

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