We woke up early Friday morning and began getting ready for a day in Seattle. We took a spontaneous trip to this city when we first starting dating 8 years ago so it is crazy to see how we’ve come full circle, now married, and spending our first year of marriage living here. I knewContinue reading “A Rainy Day Date in Seattle, Washington.”
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Sunday Homemaking : A big pot of Homemade Chili and Apple Cider from Scratch.
This past Sunday was our first Sunday living in our new place. Although I spent 7 years of my adult life as a classically trained ‘culinary artist’’, these days I feel like a fraud telling people that I AM a chef still especially since my favorite job I ever had was when I was 15Continue reading “Sunday Homemaking : A big pot of Homemade Chili and Apple Cider from Scratch.”
Life in The WetLands… So Far.
There is an active volcano in our backyard. Mt. Rainier, a lady volcano by popular opinion, is right outside of our house. It’s a strangely beautiful thing to experience waking up everyday and seeing an active volcano right in our backyard. It hasn’t erupted in about 1,000 years but if it does, the sleepy suburbanContinue reading “Life in The WetLands… So Far.”
Roadtrip : North Texas to The Pacific Northwest
We made it! After a long 3 months of being apart , My husband and I were reunited in late October and prepared for the long trip up to the Washington state. We took the long way. The quickest way from North Texas to Washington is up through Denver, Colorado, Colorado Springs, Through Utah, EasternContinue reading “Roadtrip : North Texas to The Pacific Northwest”
Texas: A Love Story. How Moving to Texas Allowed me to Fully Embrace my Conservative WorldView.
I made the trip halfway across the country from Sacramento, California to Dallas, Texas in February of 2021 with my 8 year old dog & grandmother in tow for good company and driving help. Along the way we stopped in Las Vegas to help my family move into their new home and a week laterContinue reading “Texas: A Love Story. How Moving to Texas Allowed me to Fully Embrace my Conservative WorldView.”
Finding Freedom #1 : A Short Hike to El Nogalito
In September of 2020, I embarked on a 7 day vacation to Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco with my Mother for our annual joint birthday celebration. My mother and I share the same birthday and as I grew more and more into adulthood we made it a point to try to spend each one together in aContinue reading “Finding Freedom #1 : A Short Hike to El Nogalito”