My Dream Destination

Good morning!

If you could go anywhere you wanted, somewhere you’ve never been, the sky’s the limit, where would you go? And why?

I’d go to Tuscany. ♡
It’s my life long dream destination.
It’s the epitome of romance to me.

My all time favorite singer, Andrea Bocelli, lives there. I would listen to his music for hours on end. I especially love listening to him sing in Italian.

One of my favorite books and movies, Under The Tuscan Sun, takes place there. I want to be Frances. I’m divorced. I like to write. I’m a hopeless romantic. I’m sure you can see my attraction.  ♡ 

I’d tour the magnificent lanscapes and villas and ride horses on the beach. I’d visit the vineyards and sample their wines.

My biggest deterrent is I wouldn’t want to go alone. It would have to be experienced with the one I love to obtain the full experience.

That day may or may not ever come. So it will remain just that, my dream destination.


My real choice, that offers me more of a reality, something that I do have some control over, would be to go to Heaven. Spend eternity with Jesus. Reunite with loved ones passed. Go to a place where there is no more hate or pain or suffering.

And we all can go there. Not just for a limited visit like my trip to Tuscany would be, but for eternity. It is not a dream destination, but very much a reality.  All we have to do is believe.
In Jesus.

Let’s all leave our suitcases sitting by the door and instead unpack all our baggage and give our lives to Jesus. Let Him prepare us for our journey. Let Him take your baggage and instead He will pack lightly. Follow His road map, for it guarantees us a one way ticket to the destination of not just our dreams,  but our lives.
To Heaven.

Won’t you join me today, my friends, so we can spend eternity together with our tomorrows ?

But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, who will transform our lowly body to be like his glorious body, by the power that enables him even to subject all things to himself.
Philippians 3:20-21


Love and laughter,



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