I meant to get this out before the end of January, but better late than never. The first month of this New Year seemed to fly by, and pass painfully slowly all at once. The last ten days of January have seemed a little surreal, and it is still hard to believe all that has […]Read more "Personal Goals Updates: January"
Yesterday, January 21, 2017, was just the beginning. Protests and demonstrations took place in over six hundred cities around the country but also took place in cities on all seven continents around the world. The Women’s March is being called the biggest demonstration in American history. While I would have loved to have been in Washington […]Read more "Just the Beginning"
Here is another post I felt was in need of reformatting (I am currently re-doing my entire blog as I was not completely satisfied with how it look, but I’m getting there). So if you missed it the first time, here is a little snapshot of my amazing trip to Seattle last April: Today, I […]Read more "Seattle, WA Norwescon – April 2015"
Again, as I was looking back through old posts, I noticed that this post had bad formatting, so I am republishing it with the corrections, I hope you enjoy it: My birthday is always a hard one to plan around. Most of my friends are gone on Christmas Eve to be with their families for […]Read more "Haiti 2014/2015"
So I was going back through old posts and I realized that this one from July 2014 had some issues with the formatting, so I am republishing the post now (and hopefully it looks good now): This last week I was so blessed to be able to cross off another item from my bucket list: […]Read more "An Item off the List: Visit the Children I Sponsor – Luis"
Sometimes life is all about the little things. This year has been an emotional rollercoaster, and the one way I am able to keep myself grounded is to take pleasure in the little things. About a week ago, a good friend of mine from high school and I got together for the first time in […]Read more "The Little Things"
I’ve said it before and I will say it again, black and white photography is without a doubt my favorite kind of photography. There is just a timelessness about the style and, for me, it always evokes emotion and thought. As I prepare for another trip to Haiti this December, I have been wanting to […]Read more "Experimenting with Black and White"