I woke up early on Sunday, and Mosha had gone to the lake to fish some more, so I went back to bed for a few hours. Once he was back, we both showered and checked out of the hotel and headed off to Bearizona, which was only one exit away off the freeway. Bearizona … Continue reading Sunday at Bearizona
This past weekend Mosha and I took a trip up to Williams, AZ, which is located about 30 miles NW of Flagstaff, and 1 hour south of the Grand Canyon. Our original plan was to go up there to take Andrew to Bearizona, an open wildlife park, but Friday night/Saturday morning Andrew came down with … Continue reading Saturday in Williams, AZ
Even at CTCA, where death and despair seem so prevalent, you'll find God's beautiful creations.
After yesterday's emotional ups and downs, my mom and dad suggested that each day I do something positive each day, like crafting, drawing, writing, reading, etc. Today, I did just that, and decided to start getting my garden ready for planting season. I also decided that I wanted to move my hanging planters from the … Continue reading Horticulture therapy
Woke up today to a full blanket of snow! Slightly nervous for how this will affect our drive home, but also kind of excited for the awesome view!
I was reminiscing with my good friend Rara (you can follow her blog here), and during the course of our conversation, she sent me a short video of a lion cub giving a human a hug. It reminded me of the adolescent male cub I used to work with when I was an assistant zookeeper … Continue reading My Former Life (Part 1)
Back in September, D and I had the privilege of attending Ben & Laura's wedding in Kansas. The last day of our trip, we had time to kill before our flight. We were able to visit the Ted Ensley Gardens, a truly remarkable sight. Here are my photos from that trip, completely unedited and unfiltered. … Continue reading Ted Ensley Gardens | 09.07.15