(You'll have to excuse my meta-thinking - bear with me for some great news!) It's hard to say where a dream originates. Is it given to us before we're even aware it exists? Or is it sparked into being through our exposure to new ideas and experiences? Specifically, where did my dream of going to Australia … Continue reading I’m headed to Australia!
I love fall - it's definitely my favorite season. Spiced cider, crisp air, and fires in the hearths. Many of my loved ones have birthdays in the autumn, Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, and I enjoy the shorter days that bring people closer together. October was a quiet month. One of the highlights … Continue reading Reflecting on October – 2018
On the third Monday of every September, Buena Vista has dinner together. Spread out across 450 tables down East Main Street, 3,600 friends come together to share stories, laughs, and a meal. Born out of tragedy and sustained because of a desire to remain a close-knit community amongst the chaos of summer in a tourism-driven town. … Continue reading Just Us. Just Dinner. BV Strong.
If anything, these blog posts can serve as an external memory of all the amazing experiences I've had over the past month. I read a quote quite a few weeks ago that explained, "We can either be living life or writing about it." So in an effort to live in the moment, rather than trying to … Continue reading Reflecting on September – 2018
When I moved to Colorado, no one told me I'd be moving to a town straight out of a Hallmark movie. As it turns out, Buena Vista continues to surprise me with its quirky traditions. Take for example Gold Rush Days, held in Buena Vista during the second weekend of August. What starts out as … Continue reading Reflecting on August – 2018
Honestly, I'm still not sure what the point of this blog is going to be quite yet. Travel posts? Simple general life updates? Photos of visits with friends? Surely there's enough room out there for a generically inspirational personal blog. July seemed to have flown by faster than all the other months in 2018. It's … Continue reading Reflecting on July – 2018
This year marks the first summer since 2011 I haven't lived and worked at a camp/ranch. While it was challenging to realize this a few weeks ago, I've come to love spending the summer at a more leisurely pace. Mornings spent writing at the local coffee shops, late nights with friends, and a variety of … Continue reading Reflecting on June – 2018