The other day I found a list I had written a year or so ago of things I hated about myself. Why I still have it is beyond me. But as I read through this list of things I disliked about myself, it was funny to see how I’ve changed and that quite a few of those items no longer apply. I’m still not perfect by any means and somethings on that list will never change. However, my perceptionof some of…
Despite having a gift card for months and driving past lately due to work, I finally made my way to OwowCow Creamery!
I tried the local peach flavor, and it was delicious :) It was a little on the pricey side, but I love that they have different flavors every week, and source local, organic ingredients. If you make it up to Wrightstown, be sure to stop in!
St. Oran’s Bell Tower
Every once and a while, I stumble upon a place that feels like it is from a different century. Columcille Megalith Park is one of those places.
I heard of Columcille recently, and it was just by chance that the friend I was helping move this weekend lived only 10 minutes away from the park. Since Columcille is over an hour away from my house, I had to visit while I was…
I thought graduating college would leave me with spare time to catch up on reading, blog, exercise, etc.
Life is as crazy as ever, and summer will be gone before I know it. To help retain a little sanity and to abate my fear of being boring, I decided to challenge myself to explore at least ONE new place each week. It doesn’t have to be some grand adventure — instead, it could be a…
It’s a good thing we had a guide — otherwise, we would have gotten completely lost.
I was awed by this hotel. There was a river, boats, houses, restaurants, and thousands of plants — things I never would have expected to find in a hotel. Since I work at an indoor farm, the “green” geek in me was super excited to see these giant displays. Opryland Hotel was the most extravagant hotel I’ve ever…
“Remember when we went to Canada a few years ago?”
“Yea! That was so much fun! We should do something like that again.”
“For real! Where should we go?”
And that’s how this crazy road trip came to be. Or something like that. My friend Janine and I decided to take a long weekend to trek down to music city in hopes of grand adventures and unknowingly meeting an upcoming country…
I was kind of confused as to why this assignment was called ‘kindred spirits’, but I had to take four photos of one person for my photography class. Naturally, I picked my littlest sister.