JOSEPH F. EMMERTH A LOOK AT FAMILY LAW OF SULLIVAN TAYLOR & GUMINA, P.C.
FUELING A LOVE OF TRAVEL
Everyone has something that they love to do, something that drives and motivates them. In my case, that something is travel. Whether taking a weekend trip down to Kentucky for some horse racing or flying across the Atlantic to explore Europe, I love to get out and see new places. I also enjoy returning to familiar places I love, like New Orleans, which is my favorite place to visit. When I was younger, I played a lot of rugby, which gave me some great opportunities outside the United States. My team traveled a lot, and I have particularly vivid memories
of playing foreign teams in the British Isles back in 2000. We had matches in Ireland, England, Wales, and Scotland, and we stuck around for the Rugby World Cup that was happening in Cardiff, Wales, that year. Oddly enough, we ran into a lot of rugby teams we’d played against back in the States — they were there to take in the World Cup! But you don’t have to join a rugby team to travel and see the sights. Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louisville, Lexington, Nashville, and Kansas City are just a few of the places within driving distance of where we live. All of these cities are unique and have a
AND IF TRAVEL REALLY ISN’T SOMETHING THAT YOU ENJOY, I STILL ENCOURAGE YOU TO SET ASIDE SOME TIME THIS MONTH FOR SOMETHING THAT YOU LOVE TO DO.
can leave you energized and excited to tackle a busy week ahead. From historical sites to foodie destinations and everything in between, there’s something for almost everyone within a few hours of home. And if travel really isn’t something that
lot to offer, with art, culture, and dining that rivals anywhere I’ve been abroad. In fact, my next trip is going to be to visit friends down in Lexington later this summer. And there are other options for travel here in the States that shouldn’t be missed. For example, this coming New Year’s I’m considering taking the Amtrak from Chicago to Seattle. A lengthy train ride through the Rockies, mirroring the route the pioneers took West, seems like a great way to start 2018.
you enjoy, I still encourage you to set aside some time this month for something that you love to do. Take a walk, hit the pool, play a game of catch with friends, and enjoy the nice summer weather while we have it. We may not be able to take three-month summer breaks like when we were kids, but that doesn’t mean we’re not allowed to have some fun!
Have a great July,
- Joseph Emmerth
How about you? Do you have a summer vacation planned or a road trip to visit family? Even a daytrip to cool places close by
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