Unpredictable Yet Hopeful

Allow me to re-introduce myself as the founder of Come With G Blog, especially for those who are new to this space – small in number of followers but quite steady.

My name is Glenda and I currently live on the beautiful island 🏝 of Bermuda 🇧🇲 – 32.3078° N, 64.7505° W

Pre-pandemic I worked mostly to travel.

One of the good unintended consequences of the pandemic is that I became a tourist where I lived. and with a group of consistent “weekend warriors”, almost every weekend, we sought out new places and things to do on the island.

Flatts Inlet
The Unfinished Church – St. George’s
Mid Ocean Golf ⛳️ Tucker’s Point
Kitesurfing at Horseshoe Bay
Somerset Bridge
Bermuda Longtail

In July of 2021, I took my first “pandemic trip” and since then I have traveled to the United Kingdom 🇬🇧, Georgia 🇬🇪, the United States 🇺🇸, Dominican Republic 🇩🇴 and I joyfully welcomed the New Year 2022, in Panama 🇵🇦.

Mother of Georgia – Kartlis Deda
Summer Party on the Spirit of Bermuda
Late Summer Sunset
Grotto Bay
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
Panama Canal

Thank you for the interest shown in the Blog and I look forward to you staying with me throughout 2022.

What about you – have you traveled since the pandemic? If so, what has changed for you? I find so much has changed and irreversibly so, but that’s another topic for another time.

I take the opportunity to wish you peace, stability, good health and happiness, lots of family love, great friendships and all the good things you wish for yourself in 2022.

5 Replies to “Unpredictable Yet Hopeful”

  1. “I became a tourist where I lived”. This was such a brilliant idea – staycations during the pandemic, when travel abroad was not possible. I wish I had done some more of that as it surely would have alleviated some of the pandemic blues. I did get to “travel” with you though. Your photos are lovely. Looking forward to what comes next after Panama. All the best for 2022..

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