Sailing Around The World

I Love Learning How to Live the Good Life

Our new crew member Jade a girl from New Zealand who has never sailed before but is a dive instructor has brought us the title of this blog “I Love Learning How to Live the Good Life”. I don’t know if this is truly the good life but it is a great start on how to let it all go, from our rat race back in America. No more feelings of needing shiny objects, toys, joys of expensive wine and beer. I live to love the sea, the depths of its hidden beauty sixty feet below with only 40 minutes of air to see behind its blue curtain. I live to sail another day with covered decks of salt and slashed hands. The salt burns the cuts but the red bleached sunrises warms the face and makes my pearly white teeth shine. Unlike the rat race back home I finally feel free to sail over the edge of the horizon and fall off it into a new world. I wish to thank my dad and my mom for there passions in life and to let me find myself fifteen thousand miles form the place I was born and raised. I know what makes me happy now and I could never tell you what will make you happy. Only you can find that out for yourself, but I can tell you it starts with a journey not a self help book. I guess like my friend Jade said, its about learning how to love the good life by experiencing it by yourself and through others.

Enjoy Life, you only get one,

Jacques

2 responses

  1. Barbara Soumis

    The love of the sea is in your blood. Love you lots, Mom

    September 29, 2013 at 12:03 pm

  2. george b

    Sounds far out, man:)

    October 2, 2013 at 8:15 pm