“I sat, lost in thought, on that plane to France. Illinois was my home, but I felt like an outsider. Haiti was the place of my birth, but I no longer felt like I belonged. The thing at the heart of all this was that I clung to the French language and culture. Maybe, just maybe, France and the French language held the key to finding a place of my own amongst mankind.”
The previous passage is an excerpt from the book’s preface. Shortly after graduation, Michelle felt this inexorable feeling to leave in search of God’s will for her life—a journey that would change her and close the door to her innocence and her ignorance. A Passport to Me takes you on a delightful journey. The people you will meet will make you laugh and cry, but most importantly, you will gain a better appreciation for traveling.