Short story time. I’m halfway through my two mile run on the back half of a nature preserve. And what comes scuttling across the path… a giant freaking tarantula. Me: please don’t let it chase me. I don’t like spiders and I’ve heard about tarantulas doing that. Spoiler: I don’t think he noticed me as
Keltin and I live near a lake and enjoy walking to it in the evenings with typically a hyper Bear. Between the wildflowers and the sunset this was a wonderful little adventure.
We spent last weekend at my grandparent’s lake house. We read and napped most of the day, it was wonderful to relax. It was overcast and windy all Saturday but near dusk the clouds began to move. At first there was just a little tinge of orange on the horizon in the west. Just a
Keltin and I have wanted to go camping for a while now. Both of us grew up camping but haven’t really since high school. With spring in the air (and a chance of rain) we finally got to go camping. We left making our reservations at a camp ground until much later than we should
Good afternoon followers! I hope that everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving holiday. I know that I did and immensely enjoyed a couple extra days off from work. The holiday kept me busy cooking and cleaning along with just spending time with family and as such I had a bit of an unintentional hiatus. I am
I play co-ed softball and the other night I was so distracted by the sunset that I was barley paying attention to the game. I don’t much action in right field so its not too terrible of me. Yes we did win – 4 to 3, really close game. Anyway, this is the poem that
My thoughts as an Alumni regarding hometowns, college towns, and professors that made a difference. Click to read more.
My adventure in the beautiful Glacier Bay National Park. Click to read more!