About certainties and uncertainties
In January we sailed in the Canary Islands, where we enjoyed a little summer and a new and fantastic experience in the Atlantic Ocean.
Then came the virus and with it, the time to stay home, not even be able to go out in the city – what dare we dream of leaving the county, country or continent?
Fearing that we would not be able to sail this summer, we were more than happy to be able to sail the ocean recently, because we did not know when we would be able to sail freely again.
Many restrictions have now been removed and we can travel again. We don’t know if a second wave will come in the fall or what else the future holds for us, but what is certain is that this summer we have a green light to sail and from July 11 we will be at sea again.
Of course there are various fears and questions, we are coming out of a period of uncertainty. But uncertainty is pervasive in our lives. How many times don’t we say that we will do something next time, next year, next summer, when we retire, etc. Don’t we always procrastinate because we are not sure if it is good to do something now or later? We recently learned that the time when we can’t do what we want at all may come.
The pandemic has certainly taught us to appreciate more what we have, to take advantage of today’s opportunities, and to follow our dreams now.
See you at sea and let’s enjoy this summer to the fullest, because it’s just started! 🙂