My Evolution

When I first started this blog I wanted to focus hardcore on my travels outside of the country. And I’ve done a pretty good job of it, but for those of you how have read everything, you’ve probably noticed I’ve strayed a bit from pure travel. I covered my attendance to a convention (Anime Boston 2012 to be exact), and I even added in the tree that fell on the apartment building next to me. My original intention of this blog has shifted…

But in a good way!

Whenever I’m limited by certain goals, I find myself writing very stale pieces that are forced out as opposed to flowing from my fingers onto the page. Bootprints in the Sand still holds the same effect that I intended for it to give my faithful readers: entertainment and sometimes advice about the hardships of life and traveling. I wear my epic boots almost all the time; they’re my most worn pair, and I love them to pieces. And I think I can confidently say I leave an impression to most places that I go. Those are my boot prints in life.

So while yes, this is mostly a travel advice blog, I’m very ADD. I’m going to go on random tangents. I’ll randomly post pictures that I take when I go on roller blading or biking adventures on different trails. My best friend and I often get into trouble in parks because we’re ridiculous together, and you know what? I’ll blog about it. Because you know what? It’s an impression that my boots have left on the sands of life (how poet-y did I sound right there?!?!).

Until my next adventure,

Viviana Ayre

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