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Here Comes the Sun

Hindsight is supposed to be 20/20 but having astigmatism, I can’t say I truly know what that looks like. I can say, however, that I get the gist; knowing what is now would help us to navigate what was then. 2,500 more words


Goodbye, "Phelps"

This post is not about writing techniques; instead, it’s about a visitor that stayed in my backyard during the Olympics. I first found him in the bottom of the dogs’ water bowl. 775 more words

Widgeon Falls

One of the items on my bucket list for the summer has been to go canoeing, something I haven’t done since year 5 school camp. We headed to Pitt Lake, north-west of Vancouver with the aim of canoeing across the lake and then hiking up to Widgeon Falls in the Pinecone Burke Provincial Park. 499 more words


Whisper Creek

Along the shores of whisper creek

Of waters ancient wistful deep

Beneath the forest as nature sleeps

Lives the silence that softly speaks


TX Hill Country Swimming Holes: Part 2, Jacob's Well (Wimberley)

Welcome to Part 2 of my 2016 Texas Hill Country Swimming Hole Series (read Part 1 here)!

Today my fellow yoga teacher training grad/running friend Melissa and I visited Jacob’s Well. 1,368 more words



Orange, white, lime stripes,
slightly deflated beach ball
on a steep creek bed…
Near the edge, the trees were sparse
but their bodies were thick.

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