I commonly refer to myself as a misplaced texan. You see I was born, raised and lived in the Lone Star State for 25 years before moving out. Travis and I originally left for the Rocky Mountains in Colorado before ending up in California.
Travis & I are late to the solar eclipse game, so to speak. We planned out trip to the path of totality a mere month ago, because #procrastinationlife.
I picked to include this park just after we visited which was a good idea at the time of scheduling this post but led to a very long post…so enjoy!
Although, I love learning about new ethical brands and supporting them I tend to shop my favorites over and over again. If you’re not sure where to start in the ethical shopping game, this list is a good place to dive in. There are shoes, tops, dresses, even jeans on this list!
Travis & I visited Wyoming on a road trip in 2013, we headed out of Colorado towards Kansas, then up to Nebraska, South & North Dakota where we hit Theodore Roosevelt National Park, over to Montana where we did Little Bighorn Battlefield & Pompey’s Pillar.
I’m pretty sure I’m the last person in the world that needs another bible. Between putting a husband through seminary and practically owning every version out there, the last thing I need to request for review is ANOTHER bible, in a version I already own.
While I love Yosemite being in my backyard, Redwoods NP maybe one of my favorite parks. Travis and I discovered this gorgeous park in 2014 after moving to California and immediatly signed up for a short 5K run at a State Park near the National Park areas, and basically these are jointly managed parks by … More National Park Series | Redwoods National Park | California
Full Disclosure: I tried really hard not to read this book in a week. I tried to space it out. I tried not to reach for it at the end of the day, and every morning. And, not only did I fail miserably. I loved every moment. I loved For the Love by Jen from … More Finished Reading: Of Mess + Moxie by Jen Hatmaker
I started this series with Yosemite NP, because this park is literally in my backyard (if my backyard was all of Central California). When we first relocated to California, we were thrilled to be so close to Yosemite! Which is great except this is one of the most popular National Parks, so we tend to … More National Park Series | Yosemite National Park | California
So, Kayla and I were talking earlier this summer about how to determine your style and what you want vs actually need and wear. She was trying to figure out what pieces she actually needed in her wardrobe while I was struggling through the Summer 10×10 challenge, swapping out a piece here and there as … More Wear It Wednesday | August 10 piece Style Challenge