Of all the prayer cards I received throughout the Camino (and believe me, as a pilgrim, you receive MANY of them), this one written by Fraydino from Santa Maria la Real in O Cebreiro left a quite the impression on me.

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Without a doubt, one of the many questions I get asked when I share my stories revolve around what a day is like on the Camino.

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The last days of anything seem to always fly by. I clearly remember welcoming 2014 in the bitter cold Ottawa last year and ushering in 2013 in London on the banks of the Thames the year before that. This year, though, I stayed put and spent the night with my family as we blew our trumpets and counted down to the beginning of 2015.

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Today I woke up on my bed with my comfy duvet, showered, made bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast, got on the TTC, and stopped by Starbucks before going to the office.

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Short answer: It ain’t my travel style.

Long answer:

Before I continue with my rant, remember this: I’m that girl who thinks it’s awesome to walk 800 KM across Spain. That should give you a little bit of insight to my personality and why I think the way I do.

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