3 months into living in a vintage Airstream.
In Search of Simpler Times
It's funny how in a couple of generations things can be forgotten, lost in time. Traditions, places, faces. Yet, when revisiting them it reawakens something we've never really lost. The first time I visited far west Texas, I was sixteen. I wasn't truly present to the family road trip, but I do remember the crisp…
Fresh white pages
Hello dear reader, it's been awhile. I daresay we can all agree 2020 was a doozy. For centuries humans have been plagued by disease, and perhaps we were all a little naive to take it for granted. I certainly did. Like many, my life looks vastly different than it did a year ago. I've had…
Life in between
Waiting... that's what I tell myself. Wait. Wait until you feel safe and secure again. Wait until we don't feel like we could lose our jobs. Wait until the world becomes compassionate again. Wait until we know being around loved ones isn't weighed down in awkwardly maintaining distance when we were made to be close.…
We can do better
I don't really have words right now... or at least, they're all muddled together and not making much sense as I swim through a million feelings. Quite honestly, I'm tired of thinking and writing. Right now, doing feels right. Here are some resources I've found useful, insightful and inspiring to actually do something, anything. We…
5 ways to offer support during COVID-19
Thoughts on offering support and love during trying times.
Winter reads wrap up
Thoughts on Madeline Miller's books, Erin Morgenstern's new novel, and more reviews from my winter TBR pile.
Planning a little garden
A foray into container gardening for spring.
Small town roots
On life in the country, family history, and honoring my roots in a fast-paced life.
Far West Texas horizon
Starting the new decade redefining a simple mindset and passing through Far West Texas.
Life after 200 square feet
Musings on moving on to a bigger space after tiny living.
A time of transition
From country living in an Airstream, to life in RV parks, and moving ever onwards.