A reflection on my first time flying alone, and the perspective I’ve gained since.
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”
Although we’ve all viewed the COVID-19 pandemic as negative, we cannot argue it taught us important lessons that we can carry throughout our lives.
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, a small region of Pennsylvania recalls the horror and tragedy of Flight 93 and commemorates the 40 lives lost onboard.
Looking back, I’m still shocked at how much the COVID pandemic and lockdowns escalated my personal growth.
I was on my way from Matera to a small town in the Province of Potenza called Pignola. I hired driver named Luigi to help me search for my Great Grandmother’s birth certificate at Municipio di Pignola.
As the New Year approaches, we inevitably analyze not only the past year, but ourselves; our accomplishments, our triumphs, our struggles, and our personalities.