Reflecting on life can be one of the most powerful tools at your disposal. My name’s Rebecca, and this is my site. I write about my travels, my work in outdoor ministry, and my passions for horses, hospitality, and really great coffee.
For the past year-plus, I’ve been writing Reflections posts on this site. Partly as an exercise in meeting my deadlines and writing honestly. Partly as an update to friends and family. Partly as a record for future Rebecca to remember these days of being slightly dazed and confused, living a life that’s not always laid … Continue reading Notes from the Northwoods Vol. 1
Every summer begins the same way – an overwhelming sense of excitement mixed with trepidation over how insanely busy summers tend to be. May, June, and July have been filled with early camp mornings, late wedding nights, and everything in between. This summer has been one of the best, even in the midst of sleep … Continue reading Reflecting on Summer 2019
Dear Summer Camp Staff. I see you. I’ve been you. Believe me, I understand what you’re going through right now. I know that you’re entering the mid-summer slump that plagues camps across the country. You’ve mastered staff training, you have a few weeks of camp under your belt, and the newness of camp has worn … Continue reading Dear Summer Camp Staff. I see you, and you’ve got this.
Spring in the Rockies has a certain state to it. The smell of damp ground (but not the same as wet, rich soil.) The crisp mountain air not quite touched by morning dew, but not as arid as usual, either. Brewing coffee from the Roastery and bread from Loback’s. The alpenglow on the Collegiate Peaks. … Continue reading Reflecting on April – 2019