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Deception Pass State Park

Labor Day was spent hanging with family, drinking, eating feasts, and lazying around for the most part. It was a nice, relaxing way to finish off our whole vacation. They went crabbing in Micah’s uncle’s boat and were able to keep a lot! Continue reading Deception Pass State Park

Vacation 2019

The leaves are starting to turn yellow and kids are really back in school. It seems like I went to bed one night and woke up to Autumn because it happened so fast and all at once. I liked this time of year a lot when I was younger and especially in college because it felt like I was going back to my own little world of studying and a solitary (though not in a bad way) existence. I think of the cool mornings and buying a hot drink if I woke up early enough before class – which usually I didn’t because I worked late and did homework after. Continue reading Vacation 2019

Mother’s Day

This time of year has always been my favorite. Every place I’ve been lucky enough to call my home has boasted a beautiful springtime. The feeling of the warm sun finally reaching you after a cold winter and the promise of the life sure to sprout up soon makes me wonder how spring isn’t everyone’s favorite season. However, since becoming a mom, this time of year has brought up a new, special meaning. It gives time to reflect about myself as a mom and those around me.

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