Planning a vacation or any type of trip can be exciting; it’s fun to have the calendar full of events. Our family has been fortunate to have traveled to many parts of the world.
We traveled often before my husband, Arman, was diagnosed with early-onset Parkinson’s disease in 2009, at age 38. We loved to take our kids on exciting adventures to create lifelong memories. I believe that giving our children these experiences is much more valuable than a tangible object would be.
Today, travel isn’t easy, especially when airports are involved. I recall the good old days before we had to remove our shoes, belts, jackets, and other items just to get through security.