I grew up on the coastal plains of Texas, where hot summer storms made music on our metal roof. I have many memories of sitting on our large front deck watching sheets of water fall front the sky, flooding the spongey ground with large puddles of water, and filling the air with that sweet smell that … Continue reading It Rained
Being single in Utah is an unofficial sin. Anyone who has ever lived, or tried to date as an adult in Utah will know exactly what I'm talking about. Once you are 18 you are expected to be looking for your life-partner. The sooner you are hitched, the better. By the time you are in … Continue reading Single Stigma
Spring in Utah is unpredictable. The morning may dawn bright and clear, the afternoon can be warm and inviting, and by nightfall you have an inch of snow. It's not uncommon to have temperature changes ranging 50 degrees in a 24 hour period, but that's all to be expected in the mountains. The locals here … Continue reading The Peak: Hiking, Living, and Learning
First of all, sorry I haven't posted in a while. I've had a lot to do to finish my final semester of college: projects, papers, and portfolios have ruled my life. Now it's over- forever unless I do to grad school. I'm thrilled, but I'm also overwhelmed. Like many millennial, I have been going to … Continue reading I Graduated. Now What?
Winter is done. Let's enjoy the sun: Yes, this title is a pun. Winter is finally over, the weather is warming up, and the snow has finally stopped (except for the occasional snow flurry). Utah's weather being as unpredictable as it gets, we have rain, sleet, sun, and snow all in one day during spring. … Continue reading Spring Into Step: My Spring Action Guide
Hey guys! I know I've been offline for a bit, but for good reason! It's been one busy summer! Usually this is the part of the blog where far more interesting bloggers will tell you all about their crazy adventure and vacations, but I haven't done anything too crazy this year- but, because a blog … Continue reading Summer of 2018