We’re Bill and Debbie Lees. We like to think of ourselves as the TumbleLees, rhymes with tumbleweeds. We’d like to think we go where the wind blows us – but of course, we try to follow good weather. But we mainly follow our hearts!
This picture is from our 35th wedding anniversary celebration. Along with us on this cruise was our daughter and her husband. They had married a few months earlier, but decided to delay their honeymoon and celebrated it with us! We are so blessed now to have two precious grandsons.
This year, 2015, we celebrate 40 years of marriage….but that’s on and off a year or so. You see, after 13 years of marriage, we divorced, but our Lord Jesus Christ, restored our marriage! We have shared extensively about it from Chapters 1 – Chapters 27 in the “Marriage” category of this blog. While we now enjoy our grandsons together, we realize even more, how grateful we are we re-married!
We both have been blessed with great careers and health. Debbie says she was born to travel, growing up in a military family and living overseas twice. She traveled extensively in her career as an FBI Agent. Bill on the other hand, had limited travel experience coming into the marriage. It was his dream to travel. In 2004, Debbie was transferred to the Miami Office of the FBI, which allowed Bill to “retire” from the corporate world, and become his own boss: buying/selling real estate and managing/maintaining his rental properties. So after Debbie officially retired in 2006, they began to travel regularly, by motorcycle, cars, planes and cruises. And then life really got interesting when the first grandchild was due in 2013. That prompted a DRASTIC change in our lifestyle and we “accidentally” became Full Timers (in the RV world). This blog has evolved from a Marriage Blog (we are open to sharing about our trials and tribulations) to a travel blog.
We hope and pray whatever we say and wherever we travel, we will be a blessing to each and all we meet! Thanks for stopping by!
“Now all glory to God, who is able, through His mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.”