Travel

Seeing the London Eye solo.

I waited in line solo watching couples kiss and hold hands. I watched kids run around in circles chasing pigeons. There is a quiet strength to entering the London Eye solo – no man, no friends, just me and I wouldn’t trade that experience in for the world. As I waited in line there were a few times I wanted to text Christopher and beg him to meet me but in the end I powered through and entered the little hub alone and I can’t imagine doing it any differently. It was a nice change of pace to just sit still for awhile (30 minutes) and think about everything I’ve been lucky enough to see and experience while here and this has seriously been the opportunity of a lifetime. I could post SO much more but just take in the views

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