There’s No Place Like Home

Good Afternoon from…Kansas. Yes, the Sunflower State. As many of you now know, I’ve returned from Europe and I’m back in the States. The trip abroad was one of the neatest things I’ve ever experienced and it’s three weeks that I wouldn’t trade for anything.

I’ll admit that being home is a little strange. Not having to take a train or bus everywhere and being surrounded by mostly my fellow Kansans is definitely unusual at first. Overall though, I am glad to be back home and am looking forward to the upcoming weeks and months as I continue farther down the road towards my goal of helping with Autism and Aspergers advocacy both here and internationally.

One final note about the trip though; a ranking of the cities that I visited.

1. London
2. Dublin/Belfast
3. Berlin
4. Rome
5. Paris

While I enjoyed all of cities that I visited, London and Dublin now hold a special place in my heart and I hope to one day soon return to the UK and everything great that I loved about it.

Tomorrow I’m back on the Autism advocacy trail and will be meeting with individuals from the KU Center for Autism Research and Training, to begin further discussions about my advocacy and awareness opportunities right here at home.

Until next time…

Best,

ZEZ

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2 thoughts on “There’s No Place Like Home

  1. I pray for a most successful journey as you pursue your endeavor. Thanks for all the interesting things you conveyed to everyone and the excellent photos. Welcome home – continue your enthusiasm for your desired career while back in the good ole’ USA. Won’t be long before I see you and the family – already have my flights booked. Soon – with lots of love, Grandma

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  2. Glad you got home safely. Looking forward to your next visit.

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