Category: Thoughts and Reflections
He was part Cherokee and always seemed to know when it was going to rain and had a way with animals. His love of the mountains was contagious.
I live in a town where the local library has book clubs and a history center that houses microfilms of newspapers from 1810 through present, where a older gentleman helped me all morning find pictures of general stores before the National Park was established because I was curious.
I live in a Southern “Stars Hollow” and I’m feeling like Lorelei: That Time I was a Judge for the Local BBQ Fest
There is two type of people in the world: those who love Gilmore Girls and those whose opinions on pop culture don’t matter and who you probably don’t want to be friends with anyway. I clearly belong to the #teamStarsHollow side of that equation. There […]
I would be lying if I said moving wasn’t stressful, though not for the reasons one would normally think. I have been blessed with a childhood that saw a lot of boxes being packed, new houses being moved into, and over all grand adventures. I […]
So, we’re moving…. and we are super stoked! My awesome job aside, we had been looking to move out of the Sunshine State (Or Satan’s Hot Breath as I like to call it in the Summer when your seat belt is so hot it sears […]
This election and its results have been hard for many people. My political inclinations aside (which if you know me or read enough of what I write aren’t hard to decipher), there has been one positive outcome though: I have become a better person. Trump […]
FIRST OFF: Bonus points if you get the reference in my blog title <3 What better day than today to tell the internets all about how we met, right? Well, let us get to it! Tim and I met in college. And there is quite […]
Ask any Sarasotan about Siesta Key and they will quickly tell you two things: how far away you currently are from there and that it is the #1 beach in the country. I’ve been living in Sarasota for over 16 years now. In those 16 […]
People are often really taken aback by me. It isn’t a condescending princess notion, but its true. There are a lot of parts of my life that confuse. Our yearly trip to visit my grandparents in one of those bewildering moments for people that don’t […]
Tim jokes (and so does my brother) that if there is an old cemetery within 10 square miles of where we are, I will find it. And the more we travel the more its seems that they aren’t far from the truth. I never really […]
Our trip to Colombia was more than just an overseas adventure…