I got home from work on Thursday and desperately needed time to clear my head and unplug from the world. Working a 9-5 (really, a 7:30-4:30) day-in and day-out starts to ware down my spirit and throw my mind into a pattern of robotic automatic configuration. My weekends are completely booked until October 1; I… Continue reading to the woods we go
According to my iPhone. Life these days is good. So, so good. l lid </a
After a long day at work, a solid hour in the gym, a dull bus ride home, dinner and dishes complete, my favorite part of the day begins. The last few weeks have been filled with many evenings sitting in front of the fire place, drink tea-peppermint for me, please. sleepy-time for him, thanks-and good… Continue reading dreaming on
It’s always weird having my daily routine switched up when my husband’s away on business. I still get up at 4:30 but, like this morning, I workout at home and drinks lots and lots of coffee while I get ready for work. I blast Hillsong. I get on the bus earlier than normal and work… Continue reading Lamentations and coffee
My husband and I were on a walk last night as the sun was starting to hide behind the graying tree line that stood above a glistening pond. The pond was glowing with all the painted colors of the sunset: burnt orange, dark red, sunshine yellow, and bubblegum pink. The sun was still warming the… Continue reading Times like these…
September is my month. I really believe this. I love everything about it and more and literally want to cry when I think of it coming to an end. But, I’m going to soak it in and live every day, in the moment, in the ‘now’. This next week I will be: //exploring the deep… Continue reading September is my month.
Well, my hubby and I are packed, once again, and standing here with our boarding passes in-hand. Ready to go, again. We both love early morning coffee, people watching in airports, landing hundreds of miles from home, exploring, adventures, and just being together experiencing new places. We were made to be travel buddies for life.… Continue reading //see ya later, Minnesota autumn//