As it happens to be the last day of 2015, I decided it would be fitting to write a year-end post. When looking back on years past, I would have to say that this has been my most inspiring, productive, and fleeting year yet. I will be sad to see it go. A year ago […]Read More Goodbye 2015: I’ll Never Forget You
Take a step back Back into the unknown Into what used to be but never was And what used to keep you up at night alone Take a step back And look forward Take on a new perspective And look at today Was it all you dreamed it could be? Maybe it ended up being […]Read More View of You
Things get a little dim sometimes; lost in transition. You’ve got to take a moment every so often to get back what you hid in the shadows. Spinning and spinning until fragments of yourself fall, giving way to what lies beneath. Raw and vulnerable, without your shell, you have forgotten what it is to be […]Read More Shed Your Shell
There ended up being quite a few pictures I took that did not get inserted into my blog posts about my Kootenay travels so here are a few more of my favourites for your enjoyment. Here are a couple of many heart stones that we found while wandering around. Below are some more rings I […]Read More More Birds, Bugs, and Boats
Part III The Unlocking The day to go North came so very quickly and before I knew it, I was on a bus filled with strange faces, on my way to a place I honestly didn’t really feel like going to. However, I was determined to organize my stuff in storage and bring back as […]Read More Birds, Bugs, and Boats Behind
Part II.V (A surprise addition to my three part story) The Unexpected It was getting very close to me leaving for the North when one of my aunts surprised us with a visit. With her, were a couple really cool friends she had made since seeing her last, and they were on their way to […]Read More Birds, Bugs, and Boats… and Nelsolonika?
Part II The Unlearning What began as an innocent dip of my toes into what my dad likes to call the “boat life”, became a complete lifestyle transformation. I lived in rolled up jeans and bare feet, showering became a choice that I didn’t make as often, and crafts in the morning sun with my […]Read More Birds, Bugs, and Boats Cont.