Janet Conner
Thursdays, 1 PM CT
Kim Narenkivicius
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Kim Narenkivicius answered “the call to leave home” in a big way. The call began in a dream. An old woman in a small village in France held out a scallop shell. Then Kim stumbled upon real scallop shells in an antique store. She got the message! The Camino de Santiago is the most famous pilgrimage route in history. From the time St James’s remains were carried by boat from Jerusalem to Northern Spain and buried in the city of Santiago de Compostela, millions have put a scallop shell around their neck and walked this arduous trail. Most modern pilgrims walk only a small portion. Kim walked the entire route slowly and soulfully, stopping to take photographs and write. She blogs about the experience at http://soulfulroad.wordpress.com. This is the first time Kim has told her story on air. Do not miss it!