Leaving the Country is an important part of expanding knowledge and understanding.
“I just trust in the universe” Friday morning. GPS off once again, down the road I went until I landed, this time in familiar territory. Pine trees all around, deer and elk prancing about, I was once again in Ruidoso. Completely by accident, and completely necessary in the longer run. A quick text to Cute […]
A soldier will sacrifice more than you can know. These last few days have been interesting. My travels are on hold as Mom is in the hospital healing from a heart attack. Thursday, 9/12, marked 7 months since Dad passed, and Friday the 13th would have been his 67th birthday. I’ve spent this time being […]
“Where is the love and depth?” Average Gas: $2.40/galMiles Driven:518.6Slept: Motel, Truck Stop, friend’s driveway I’ve been getting lost in New Mexico for almost 2 weeks now. But not entirely lost, just flowing, enjoying and connecting each step of the way. The first day out of Colorado, I got caught waiting out a thunder and […]
Grand Canyon, Navajo Nation, and Sedona
Frustration, fear, anxiety. These are just a few of the emotions that revealed themselves last night as my Mom and I hung up the custom curtains, the final step of the conversion. We’ve spent 2 nights working on these, her exhausted from balancing work and driving over to me, me getting anxious and acknowledging fears […]
A friend had suggested that it would be interesting to hear about the mental preparation that goes into this kind of journey. This is the type of thing that can only be written at night, while I am tired, so the guards are further down. So, please do excuse typos! I ordered business cards to […]