It's been a while since I've blogged. There's been a lot going on in life. But I wanted to pop in and share something today. Photo by Anna Tarazevich on This morning I was in a rush (as usual) to get to work. I was hastily trying to get in the door when a... Continue Reading →


First things first before I dive into the topic I'm about to address. I've been away from the blog for a while and, for that, I apologize. I had to step away from some things to allow myself to grow and heal from some things. Photo by Andre Furtado on This post is inspired... Continue Reading →

Basic necessities are a human right

“Can you believe you can’t buy water in there for a dollar?” Photo by Luca Nardone on Yesterday I encountered a lady who was outside of a grocery store sitting on a walker holding a “homeless, please help,” sign. I normally don’t have cash but yesterday I did and on my way out, I... Continue Reading →

Happy PRIDE Month!!

Happy Pride Month to everyone! I wanted to let you know that no matter where you are in your journey, you a loved, valued and a unique, beautiful individual. Photo by Ylanite Koppens on Pride Month commemorates the Stonewall riots, which began on June 28, 1969, after police raided the Stonewall Inn bar in... Continue Reading →

Teeny tiny world

This past weekend I took a trip of a different kind — into a micro world right off my patio. Saturday was cool and breezy and seemed like a good day to pull weeds between the patio bricks and around the patio before I moved plants out for the summer. A tiny seed pod Two... Continue Reading →

Speaking our truth

I was listening to a podcast about speaking our truth and it really got me to thinking about what that means to me and to all of us, so, naturally, I wanted to share it with my readers. Photo by Magda Ehlers on The podcast explained living our truths in a way I didn't... Continue Reading →

Road trip: Geary State Fishing Lake

If you're looking for an unexpected surprise, look no further than Geary State Fishing Lake in Geary County, Kansas. This lake is located 10 miles south of Junction City. Roadside, it appears quite ordinary, with a little sign pointing the way to the lake. But trust me, you're going to want to visit this 97-acre... Continue Reading →

The Robin living its best life

I've written about robins before on this blog. I find them a quite charming bird and they have a beautiful song. I was having lunch in a park this week and I heard the robin's song. After a few minutes of searching for the bird, I spotted it on a limb not too far from... Continue Reading →

Mindful walks

Before I jump into this topic, I wanted to apologize if for a while my posts aren't daily. I'm feeling a bit uninspired — a bit caved into myself. The above photo is of a bush with white flowers taken outside of my house. With that said, I've been taking solace in walks lately, around the... Continue Reading →

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