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Life as an Adventure

If you asked me five years ago, where I thought I would be in 2016, I would have told you, Reno, NV.  Never in my wildest dreams did I picture us moving from Nevada, where I was born and raised, to Hawaii, where we learned a lot about what was important in life, to Louisiana.   152 more words

Strange Couches

After running into a few campground set backs (overcrowded, too expensive, and no privacy) we decided to give Couchsurfer a try. I remembered about this website that helps you connect with strangers who let you stay at their house for free! 1,033 more words


La rencontre des sourires

Je regarde souvent les informations sur le net, et il va sans dire que de nos jours, les nouvelles sont de plus en plus catastrophiques. On peut rarement parler d’actualité sans mentionner les attentats qui sévissent en Europe, en Afrique et au moyen orient. 744 more words


Midwestern Hospitality

A lot of great things have been said about “Southern hospitality,” and to that I say “no.” Southern hospitality is not as hospitable as some might think. 950 more words


Twelve Steps for Becoming Southern

According to studies by Vanderbilt University and the University of North Carolina, only 70% of the people living in the South consider themselves Southerners. Sociologists attribute this to increased immigration and urbanization of the South. 24 more words


+Returning/ Catching Up

Howdy Y’all,

It’s been roughly seven months since I posted my last blog. So before I begin blogging again on a regular basis, I will quickly catch you up on my life. 507 more words