Sunsets for Kate, the idea, the concept, the 'why', all came to me as if out of the blue. And now it is soaring, like a bird, flying across the globe, allowing me to witness beauty and colour of places I have never known, the kindness and compassion of people I have never met. Three months have passed since I set it free and still I find it hard to express what it means to and for me, what it . . .
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During Sunsets for Kate I have invited others to share a sunset story. This post is from Ryan who has Usher syndrome. Ryan Thomason from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Where and when was the sunrise taken? I tried Kate, I tried to snap a sunset. The clouds didn't obey, or I'd be in the wrong place. We live quite literally on the outskirts of Philadelphia. On the opposite side of . . .
The moment I hear it, I smile. It's familiar opening pulls me in like a warm embrace. I have tears in my eyes. And feel a change, within. Six months, it has taken me. Six months. Just myself. With a guidebook, backpack and a travel journal. I have traveled through many countries, alone with my thoughts. ‘Where will I go next? What will I eat next? Where will I sleep . . .