At Home: Tennessee

One of my on going projects is to take pictures of the farm every time I visit, so at the end of the year, I can put a book together for my grandmother. She doesn’t get out and walk the fields anymore so I like to share what I’ve seen.  In a way that project inspired this one, so it seems only natural to share some of the magic from the travels there too.

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Nicaragua: Day 5 Leaving Granada

We rose naturally with the sun. Not rushed, or hurried, but that luxurious rarity of  “because it felt right”. We dressed and packed our souvenirs before heading down to find something to eat. We seated ourselves in the cheerful courtyard, not far from the shining turquoise pool shimmering in the sunlight bringing up memories of […]

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Nicaragua: Day 4 To Granada!

 We stopped at a roadside cantina for lunch. We were met by a smiling older lady who cheerfully invited us in. She offered us piping hot bowls of fresh beef soup or Caldo de Res.  Her smile as warm as her soup, and her kindness seemed to warm the souls as much as her soup nourished the belly.

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Headed to Los Angeles 

  So far on this blog I’ve been chronicling a trip to Nicaragua, that trip happened back in February and so I’ve had time to mull it over, and play with how I want this blog to work. So I’m posting more polished work about trips that have happened in this past, and I’ll continue […]

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Nicaragua: Day 3 Scorpion Rum

    The third morning I woke up in Gigante I allowed myself to sleep in a little bit. As someone who needs a lot of alone time, I wanted to enjoy my last night alone for the next week. Jamie was leaving that morning so I would be moving into the bed he previously […]

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