Fears are meant to be OVERCOME. That’s the very only reason for their existence.
This is a story from about 6 years ago. It was my last summer in the Czech republic before leaving for America. I was 18 years old,… Read more “Overnight Guard over Our Fire, Children, Horse, And a… Ghost?”
Hello everyone! Last week’s post, A Day in My Life as an Aid Station Volunteer, took quite a lot of time and effort to put together. And… Read more “A Day In the Life of…”
I was going to write a more general “Typical Day in the Life of an Aid Station Volunteer” post but then I realized that what had become… Read more “A Day in My Life as an Aid Station Volunteer”
I’m just a kid who was told almost all the time that the things she dreamed about weren’t possible, and who has grown up into doing exactly these “impossible” things.
Originally, I’m from Czech republic. Have you never heard of this place? Well, I’m not surprised. It’s not a big country. But we are in the heart of Europe. And our capital is Prague, a beautiful city full of history. Better?
I was born in a village with 50 inhabitants only. Now, there are 25 people at most. When I was eight, we moved to a bigger village. Which has 100 inhabitants (well, 97 since I and two other people moved away in the past years). It’s not so much bigger, is it?
And how could a girl from such a small place start to explore the world? Well, join me on my way and get to know my story. And maybe, one day, we will meet on some road.
Do you have anything to tell me? Here’s your chance!