The Let’s Go Flaneuring series is at an end.
I hope this isn’t the end of the flaneur. I hope we all go out into the world with our eyes wide open to see and experience and take notice of our neighborhoods, of the small details that make our streets and corners unique. But, it is the end of the Let’s Go Flaneuring series.
The series started October 7, 2014. October 7! Every single Tuesday for five months we took a walk through obscure and through well-known neighborhoods.
We’ve been to Djibouti, India, Ireland, Mexico, Haiti, the Eternal Spring City, Kansas, Illinois, Tanzania, the United Arab Emirates, Oregon, Cambodia, Guatemala, Chad, Boliva, Russia, Nicaragua, Kenya, Qatar, back to Tanzania, California, and even airplanes.
Thank you everyone for participating and for reading along. One of my favorite things of hosting a guest post series is the connections that result and the opportunity to share the words and worlds of people I enjoy and respect.
I’d love to host another guest series but currently have zero ideas. I’ll let you know in coming weeks if something sparks in my mind.
If you have an idea for a series you’d like to participate in or read your way through, leave a comment and help me brainstorm!
i enjoyed writing for it and reading it too!!
Rachel, thank you for hosting this series!
Here are some random ideas–mostly sparked from your own posts, though: cross-cultural book recommendations, language learning/blending, “home,” how people back home think I’ve changed, the unexpected benefits of living abroad (spiritual, physical, emotional), and images that define me (more pictures than text). 🙂