Hello, I’m Wendy

Hello, I’m Wendy

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Hello, I’m Wendy.

I am a mother, a wife and I am a traveler. I’ve always been a wide-eyed dreamer, curious and passionate. As a young girl growing up in small towns in Puerto Rico and North West Florida I knew there was a much bigger world out there.

I wanted to explore it and meet as many people as I could from all over the world. Growing up I wanted to be Indiana Jones (I still do!) I knew my real education would come from being in the places we studied in history and geography. I also grew up in a time when air travel was considered a luxury. It was a joyous special occasion which required dressing up and it began the moment you arrived at the airport. The flight attendants were the epitome of glamour and a life of adventure. These memories had lasting effects on me.

Life is serendipitous. About two months before graduating from college with a degree in Psychology my mom suggested I should travel the world as a flight attendant before facing the real world as a nine-to-fiver. Funny enough, this had never crossed my mind. At twenty-one I had nothing to lose and a world to see. I was hired the week after I graduated. This forever changed my life. I was given a key to the world. Once I got a taste of places like Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Barcelona and Phuket I wanted more. I fell in love with the world. It changed me and it continues to transform me. It is imperative to see how others live, experience other cultures, meet people that are completely different than you and learn their history. This is how I grow and empower myself as a person.

 

Twenty years later I no longer work the friendly (and sometimes not-so-friendly) skies. However, I’m blessed to continue my journey discovering wonderful places and experiences along with my husband and two boys who will always be my greatest and best adventure. 

 

The truth is that all of us have a key to the world. I want this blog to inspire you to use yours as much and as often as you can.