Eric and I scanned the last of our earthly belongings comparing it with the quickly deteriorating space in the truck and had to make some fast decisions. "The chairs are going, aren't they?" I asked, knowing full well the answer. "'Fraid so," he said. All of our belongings in a 26' truck I turned away … Continue reading The Magic of Home
Sometimes the path is rough. It's not laid out like you may have planned. Improvisation may be necessary. That broken log? That's just a way made by those who have gone before you. Be grateful. See those rocks? They may look like stumbling blocks, but they may also be in just the right place to … Continue reading The Path
Last night we stayed in Montana in a little tiny place that, as I mentioned, was a little sketchy. I walked into this "establishment": ...and took one look into a washing machine and promptly walked back out. Nuh Uh. Not happening. Laundry waited until the next stop where the machines were: a. clean b. not … Continue reading I Don’t Think This Counts
In this daily post prompt, we are asked to grab a photo album and write a story about the first picture we see of ourselves. In my photo album on my computer, this is the first photo I saw. Taken on the balcony of the Hale Koa hotel in Honolulu, we were so excited to … Continue reading Snapshot Story
For as long as I can remember, I've had a fear of heights. I remember climbing along rooftops with my father as he was building houses when I was really young, but since about 4 or 5 years old, heights and I do not get along. As a kid, we went to carnivals when they came to … Continue reading Make My Tummy Go Gooey! (Aka the post with 1000 pictures)
There are some days when I just don't feel like working out. When the warmth of my comforter feels much more inviting than wrestling a sports bra, slipping on workout clothes, consuming fuel and heading out into what still feels like the middle of the night. But imagine what I miss when I don't get … Continue reading Just Imagine
Today's prompt: Show us "inside". We may have new understanding in the way he sees the world, but nothing for him has changed. Life goes on....and so do their inside jokes!