I believe I connected best with David Thoreau. When I first heard of transcendentalists. They seemed so free and were able to spend their days in nature's beauty. Though, I do not fully believe in all that Thoreau or other transcendentalist believed, I do love being in nature and exploring it's beauty. Part of me … Continue reading Time In Nature
For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. ~ Romans 1:20 With spring break upon me, I am able to explore my own neighborhood. Today I walked along the Clear Creak Trail … Continue reading A Walk In Beauty
A part of me cant believe that it is almost Spring. This coming Sunday is Daylight Savings Time! ...which means we lose an hour 😦 So this means I have made it through my first dreary Washington winter. When I arrived people kept telling me that winters are hardly ever hard. However, it seems as … Continue reading Surviving A Dark Washington Winter
As I have recently moved across the world and then the nation, for a new job, I was able to take in the beauty of America....At least the Southwest/Pacific Northwest. Here are some photos that I took along the way. Look at how amazing those clouds are. I will be the first … Continue reading The Beauty of A Road Trip
Usually when I tell people I lived in South Korea for the past three years, I get a lot of "WOW!", "Is it safe?" or "Did you see ___(insert your favorite Kpop or Kdrama start)____ in Seoul?" Believe it or not, I often had "wow" moments living in Korea so I understand that one. South … Continue reading Last Impressions: Leaving South Korea
To be honest, today I was dreading work. I have had a bad case of "summer-itis" and just wanted to stay at home and read or go outside and just enjoy the weather. I am sure many are with me on this fact...having free time to enjoy the nice spring weather is way better than … Continue reading Spring!