Monthly Archives: December 2016

Mount Rainier

My last post was in Tacoma, Washington, which has to be one of the most beautiful places that I have ever lived.  The city is located about 40 minutes south of Seattle.  It’s a few hours east of Olympic National … Continue reading

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It’s Beginning to Feel. . .

It seems like every year the decorations begin going up in stores earlier and earlier.  This year, I was able to spot Christmas trees lining the aisles of Michael’s and Hobby Lobby.  Shockingly, (and quick pleasingly, in all honesty) I … Continue reading

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Missoula by Jon Krakauer

I will never understand how sexual assault continues to be a confusing topic.  I don’t understand what makes it different than other crimes.  I don’t understand the stigma associated with reporting an assault.  I don’t understand the need for or … Continue reading

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It’s hard to find a person who doesn’t appreciate the beauty of nature.  Everyone loves to exclaim over brilliant works of photography and yearns to travel to the snow-capped mountains of the Alps, or the brightly-colored rainforests of the Amazon, … Continue reading

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Snow Days

When I was a child, there was nothing better than a snow day.  Growing up in Michigan, we were guaranteed at least one or two snow days a year, and they were always fantastic.  It was a full day to … Continue reading

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