The Road of Life

I'm feeling nostalgic today. Ten years ago today, my husband asked me out on our very first date. We had been friends over the summer and I thought it was just that, friends going out for dinner and a fun evening. I think my husband thought similarly. Not many first dates are considered magical and... Continue Reading →

1 Year, 2 Months and 8 Days

That is how long it has been since I posted on this blog, my little internet home. I didn't have the intention of going so long without typing out a few thoughts here and there, but for those who are wondering, let me explain where my focus has been during this past 1 year, 2... Continue Reading →

Anthems

Recently my husband and I collaborated on creating a playlist for a road trip. I scanned through my music, the majority that I accumulated during my teen/college years. It's interesting how one's tastes changes over the years. My high school music is much too poppy for me now. My college music is too angst-y and... Continue Reading →

Good People of the World

Welcome to my new series on the blog, Foot Shot Friday. Years ago started I started to take pictures of my feet when I went to a new place. I think this little quirk of mine started when I really got into hiking and the outdoors. It's not because I think I have cute feet... Continue Reading →

Foot Shot Friday – Growing

Welcome to my new series on the blog, Foot Shot Friday. Years ago started I started to take pictures of my feet when I went to a new place. I think this little quirk of mine started when I really got into hiking and the outdoors. It's not because I think I have cute feet... Continue Reading →

People

"People, people" LM says as he points to picture of a beautiful white building on my wall. LM is in the stage which is described as “word explosion stage.” I stop folding laundry and glance up. His new word "people" seems pretty straight forward, that is until I realize what he is pointing at. What he... Continue Reading →

The Ache

  It happens every year. It first comes when I notice the evenings turning darker a few minutes earlier each night. The sunset that feels much too premature accompanies the ache. It's subtle and under the surface, but it is there. I feel it again a couple weeks later as I load the grocery bags... Continue Reading →

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