Even though I've been back for more than a month, I'm still feeling so inspired by this place and the people I met there. This world is wide and diverse and beautiful, and I am blessed to experience a small slice of that.
White Rock, BC, CA It was a rainy, cold day in this adorable coastal town. I fell completely in love. Vancouver, BC, CA Rainy and cold, but I did not fall in love. Really cool city, but far too much traffic for me.
The Seattle Japanese Garden The Japanese Garden is an extremely beautiful and peaceful place. I feel like it's a little overlooked. It's not in the City Centre, and it's definitely not an extremely touristy place (part of the appeal!) In it's late spring/early summer stages, everything is incredibly green and many of the trees and... Continue Reading →
Details are so important. I live my live surrounding them. As an anxious person, there's nothing more important than details. As a traveler, nothing should be more important than details. But sometimes it's really really hard to notice details when you're travelling. It's super easy to get caught up in looking at all the big... Continue Reading →
I am a major appreciator of the Earth. I love appreciating it from a global perspective, because no matter where I go it is always the same Earth under my feet. It's amazing to think that no matter how different the landscape is, it's all on the same planet. No matter how different the people... Continue Reading →
I just keep picturing myself walking through Volkgarten. Or sitting on the steps of the Kunsthistorisches. Or walking home in the rain with my groceries. Or strolling along the river. I almost cried when I came across a picture from outside my Ubahn station. I can remember all the sights and smells, and the same... Continue Reading →
"There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep rolling under the stars." - Jack Karoac I honestly didn't think I would like this place as much as I did. I ended up really enjoying my time in Lake Ozark, Missouri. I actually really would like to come back, but maybe just in less... Continue Reading →