In honor of my great adventure there, I want to finish up my Hawai’i story. Plus, it’s 39 degrees outside right now so let’s go somewhere tropical. Continue reading “A Little Hawai’i for Your Winter Day”
You know what I love about snow? It doesn’t make any noise. It makes people move slower and ask each other for help. It begs us to slow down, delight, and feel nature a bit.
The snow this morning is light and will pass soon. My car is stuck with a friend up in north in Edmonds. And, I won’t be able to bike to the gym, I’ll need to walk. While it’s here, the snow has me worried about different things, like personal safety, and rearranging my schedule to allow double or triple time to get places.
I don’t mind because I have the time. It’s Saturday. The best is when it snows on a work day and you have to stay home. I love that. It’s the adult version of a snow day.
I’ll give the snow a glance though it’s very light. I’ll look forward to heavier snow days soon.
Hello, blog amigos. Have passed two moons since I last wrote. Now I am in Elma, Washington visiting family for the holidays. It’s time to get back to blogging. Continue reading “Hawai’i Time Means Living Aloha”
I’m on the road again, ’cause the life I love is traveling ’round and seein’ friends. Continue reading “God Bless America – I’m in D.C.”
I’ve landed at the Great Pacific coffee shop in Pendleton, Oregon to catch up on the rest of my trip, since the Grand Canyon. Continue reading “Bryce to Pendleton – Drive, Drive, Drive”
You guys, the Grand Canyon! You guys! It’s so beautiful. Continue reading “Holy Grand Canyon! This Place Is Amazing”
It’s been a lovely in So Cal and the desert. Here’s the scoop. Continue reading “South by Southwest Is Fun, Fun, Fun”
I’m basking in lots of natural beauty and friend time in California. Continue reading “So Much California Is So Much Fun”
Today was a good day. Tooth #31 decided to check into Reality Hotel and go numb. Now I have rubber roots and permission to travel. Continue reading “The Rootless Wonder Returns to the Road”
Sometimes you gotta go back to home base before you can run forward again, or something like that. I have been in Seattle since Sunday night, after nabbing the last seat on a flight out of Sacramento. My sweet car awaits me in the economy parking at the Sac-town Airport. I hope it’s doing okay in all the heat. Continue reading “The Adventure Continues, in Seattle”