Many of us have gaps in our own lives. Sometimes it is the difference between what we know and what we actually do or the gap between our goals and what we actually accomplish. These gaps can be reminders of ways in which we can improve or, if ignored, can be stumbling blocks in our lives.
Read the talk. It is a good one.
I did a study abroad in London years ago. This talk got me thinking about my own experience on the tube. Shout out to Miss Hannah. Good times.
This little Idaho girl loved feeling like a city girl. What is more "city girl" than riding an underground train everyday?
We were there one of the hottest European summers of history. The tube wasn't air conditioned. I think that they perhaps should consider changing that (if they haven't already) OR maybe install showers were people can rinse off before boarding. Extreme heat+tube+lots of people who don't value daily showers=wretched smell.
Street performers. So fun. Usually really good and often creepy.
Vending machines right on the tracks... Filled with Cadbury specialties. Heaven. Americans can't touch their chocolate over there. They just do it better.
People watching. LOVED it. Such a melting pot.
Sometimes it was tricky to hold on when the tube was in motion. Wish I would have learned this trick: