So me

I hope I never get tired of taking pictures, the color blue, and reading. I hope I always love tacos and margaritas and Mexican music and culture. The Spanish language and people. I hope I always remember to focus inwards and be aware, awareness is the root of everything. I hope my kids grow up … Continue reading So me

To the grandma that said “If I can do it, you can do it.”

Cape Disappointment, Washington Awesome, epic if you will. My kind of vacay. With hubby on our twelfth wedding anniversary. Head to Portland, then Cannon Beach to play in the waves and walk in the sand  (I'll be returning there with the girls!), Seaside, Astoria, up and over the giant 4.1 mile long bridge that actually … Continue reading To the grandma that said “If I can do it, you can do it.”


If you look up the word "proud" in the dictionary, it says: a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one's own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated, or from qualities or possessions that are widely admired. You have qualities that are widely admired and, being so closely associated … Continue reading Proud

Struggle & Love

I have spent the last week feeling like one more teeny tiny microscopic thing is going to be what does me in. I have dealt with so much suffering — or if I want to look at it from an enlightened angle, growth — in the last few months... I mean, the Struggle is Real people. … Continue reading Struggle & Love