Major Butt & The Rest Of Us..

DAY 190

when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. works for people too 🙂 – Tara Stiles

“Today is your day, your mountain is waiting, so get on your way.” – Dr Seuss

“It is not length of life, but depth of life.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

People are always looking for more and forget about what they already have. – Marilyn Monroe

We were each given boarding passes linking us to a real individual from the fateful maiden voyage of Titanic when we arrived. My dad – Major Butt in first class, mom – a 36-year-old first class woman traveling with her maid & children, brother – a bartender in 3rd class aboard the ship, and I was Alice Johnson – a 26-year-old mother of two traveling in 3rd class. The exhibit took us through each level of the magnificent ship. Even the grand staircase. It was such a great experience. The most interactive museum, filled with history & emotion.

Major note I forgot to mention – Father Browne was the only person to capture photographs aboard the Titanic. Without him, there would be no photos from the voyage. He was an avid amature photographer.

The rest of the day is going to seem to pale in comparison. Considering it was mostly full of traveling home from a great weekend vacation. Loved our family time away, but so glad to be home! And back in the throes of my lovin’-it-crazy life. : )

I am thankful for: headphones & travel pillows. Also, straight roads.

B.

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