I told Jennifer I was buying her a one-way ticket.
I think it is appropriate that the sun is setting behind Jennifer as she hangs out for the last time in Albuquerque.
I learned a few things about Jennifer while we were on our photo shoot yesterday. She is one of those people who just can't relax in front of the camera. She stiffens up and is hard to pose. I have a feeling that by the time she is tired of traveling and returns to Albuquerque that she will be a lot worse for the wear. She will have tales to tell.
So far, I have eleven people--not counting me--who have agreed to Host Jennifer. She is so excited. She's ready to go. In a perfect world, she would arrive at a destination, spend two or three nights there and then be sent on her way. She'd take three or four days traveling and then repeat the two or three nights with the next host. She would easily see twelve new locations in three months. Of course, traveling to England, Ireland, Ontario and Alberta may take more than three or four days..... I really hope Jennifer doesn't get lost. I plan to ship her on Thursday.
I am also hoping Jennifer will be on the road for a year.
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