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The Real. The Raw. Failure on Mt. Hood. [VIDEO]

The Real. The Raw. Failure on Mt. Hood. [VIDEO]

Originally published on SYC. I know some people have nightmares of being naked. A manifestation of vulnerability. I don’t usually. I dream of failure. I dream over and over of failing a college class that I forget I’m taking. This dream comes so frequently that every month or so I ask my husband if I’mContinue Reading

When daring gets me into trouble…

When daring gets me into trouble…

Today my husband, Ben, and I went climbing in southern New Hampshire with a few of his friends. This is a normal thing. But today I got a bit more than I bargained for. Much like our little dog, when I get bored, I wander. After my first climb I started exploring the cliffs. IContinue Reading

Finding Snow

We are on the road! Ben and I are exploring the NorthWest before Artfest next week. Just a quick post to tell you the epic tale of driving through the Cascades here in Oregon. As we headed from the Salem, OR area towards Sisters, OR we received a call from the lodge we had reservationsContinue Reading

Winter’s Last Hurrah

A week and a half ago we had a nice snowstorm. Not an overwhelming amount, but enough to snowshoe and enjoy. It was especially nice since this was an unusually warm winter and we hadn’t gotten much of any. It was also extra extra nice because it was pretty. The snow stuck to the treesContinue Reading

What I Needed Today

 Nana, Papa and Me (Papa died when I was 2) My Nana passed away Monday evening. This week has felt hard and grey. I went with my mom yesterday to help clean out her apartment. Everything was perfectly organized, so our job wasn’t too hard. Just decisions and boxing and carting out. But emotionally itContinue Reading

The White Post

a sign up in NHI always swore I wouldn’t ice climb. Ice moves, ice melts, ice is not rock. It just seemed too dangerous. But my husband, Ben, got into it and last year convinced me to try it. And I loved it. I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised. When else can you strapContinue Reading

Night Driving

I worked in a coffee shop this afternoon getting some Seek Your Course blog posts written. But given that it is January in New England I drove home in the dark at around 6 pm. Call it cheesy, call it crazy but on the way home – driving in the dark – I was thinkingContinue Reading

2011

last january Last year I wrote a new year’s post about everything I was looking forward to. There was so much hope for a good year and so many plans I couldn’t even share yet. And it was an amazing year.  the contrast of february: lots of snow and a trip to Ecuador But theContinue Reading

A Thankful Post

turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, sweet potato crisp, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, green beans, carrots with basil, olives, asparagus, crescent roll, butternut squash and turnip…a little bit of everything This Thanksgiving I am most thankful for everything I missed while I was in Europe: Electric toothbrush Clothes Dryer Chai lattes Cafes (none inContinue Reading

La Fragua: Trip to Granada (and Córdoba)

This past weekend I took a trip first to Córdoba for a few hours and then to Granada for two nights. I’ve settled into the town here nicely and really love it, but I decided that I really should see something else since I am here. I am going to see Madrid properly this weekendContinue Reading

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