Woot! It’s that time again – the end of a week with a long holiday weekend to boot. I took this week off from work to concentrate on trip planning and to just spend some time away from the office. It’s been an illuminating week for me as lessons keep coming as I search for answers. [...]Read More... →
While I’m the one setting everything for my trip in motion, I’m thinking the Universe may have other ideas. Would I love for my house to be sold? You bet, but it’s not happening. Would I love for my house to have a renter in ASAP? You bet, [...]Read More... →
Today’s photo(s) come from the Okefenokee Swamp. A bit out of the way in a corner of southeastern Georgia, the Okenfenokee Swamp is a naturalist’s delight. After reading a National Geographic book about it when I was in junior high, I was fascinated by the place and wanted to go see it. I finally got my chance [...]Read More... →
I’ve been having a tough time thinking about letting go of the place I’ve called home for so long and the tribe I’ve been lucky enough to be part of the past few years. So when I picture what my going away party will be like I definitely want to be with people I love [...]Read More... →
I’ve received some positive feedback on my previous post about what running has taught me about life. And on my trail run this past weekend, it occurred to me there are more than five things I’ve learned about life through running. [...]Read More... →
Happy Friday! I’m excited for the weekend because my dad is coming to visit. We’ll be chatting, BBQing and opening up a bottle of wine or two - all of which are fave ways of mine to spend a weekend. Hope you enjoy the following posts from around the web!
1. If you’ve ever been through [...]Read More... →
Growing up, I was big into the Magic 8 Ball back in the ’80s. After awhile, the prism inside would inevitably get stuck and give you the same answer no matter what question you asked it. “All Signs Point to Yes” was [...]Read More... →
Today’s photo is from Taos Pueblo and the cemetery there. Taos Pueblo is the oldest continually inhabited pueblo in the US. When I was in New Mexico on my quest to photograph the same places as Ansel Adams, I spent an afternoon here and wasn’t disappointed. The cemetery was fascinatingly serene and made for a great setting against [...]Read More... →
This holiday week, and in the spirit of independence, I wanted to share some great posts about making your dreams happen and some reflections on happiness. Happy weekend!
1. Searching for happiness in the “someday”? Look at what you have in the moment to be truly happy writes Eric [...]Read More... →
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