Well, today's the day. I've said many farewells in the past couple of weeks, my bags are now packed, and my rooms are somewhat clean. I guess that's it.
I woke up nice and early to walk Rudi one last time and now it's go time.
While I don't have a TARDIS or any other sort of time machine, today I will be doing the next best thing--crossing the International Date Line. As I travel from Toronto to Korea, I will be jumping 14 hours into the future. [That means Christmas comes to me first! Ha. Time travel is cool. ;)]
As I leave on this journey, I look forward to making new friends and embarking on many adventures. I pray for a safe flight and wisdom in all my encounters.
To all my family and friends, know that I love you and I'll miss you. All the best for you all in this coming year.
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