It’s official: this is the craziest year in all of my 30 years. The world has erupted in chaos in the last few weeks and the heartbreaking scenes on the TV have driven me further into the safety of my own bubble, desperate to limit my exposure to the horrific scenes and curb the ensuingContinue reading “#31: A Stranger in the Night”
This weekend I did something highly unusual. So unusual, in fact, that Chris laughed at me Friday night when I told him my plan. He said, “that’ll never happen”, and smirked. This is an understandable response for it is well-known that my typical morning demeanor is akin to an angry troll woken before dawn. MyContinue reading “#30: Chasing the Sun”
I don’t know exactly how many days it’s been since the “lockdown” began as we’ve not had to change much about our lifestyle. Remembering social distancing when I do come into contact with people was a little difficult at first, but now I’m so acutely aware of people and the possibility that each one isContinue reading “#26: From a Nightmare Comes a Dream”
This winter has been the winter to which all future winters will be measured against. We have endured the flu, colds, sinus and ear infections, stomach bugs with some serious vomiting, a motorcycle accident, snow, then 70 degree sunshine, then torrential rain and flooding, tornado warnings, then more snow, and a dangerous lack of hikingContinue reading “#21: I’m still alive”
I love the Christmas season; the lights, the hustle and bustle, the excitement, the smells of Christmas spices like cinnamon, ginger, and cloves, the Christmas trees, and yes, even the Christmas music. I love egg nog, I love the cozy, dark nights snuggled up to keep the cold away, I love the classic Christmas moviesContinue reading “#18: Merry Mountain Christmas”
I wrote out an entire post about how we had the Christmas tree lighting event at the park, hiked up to Preachers Rock as a family, and checked out a nearby diamond in the rough. But I realized, upon proof reading it, that the events were best told in photos. So enjoy.
Most days are much the same lately. I get up with Junior, we hang out and have breakfast, then head out to work or go on a little walk around the park. Around 11am we come back to the camper for elevensies, a little indoor play, then it’s nap time. After his nap, it’s lunchtime,Continue reading “#16: Reflections on a Rock”