Feburary 29, 2020. Leap year! The most stunning herald of spring. 50 acres of fields, valleys, and hillsides dotted with sunshine. My heart felt so full being surrounded by 20 million daffodils- a truly special place.
2017, 2018, 2019. Every time I go, I hike down to the waterfalls (it’s always a dry, hot day and the falls are merely a trickle), then back up to the the overlook. I keep ending up here alone, and there really is a healing effect in letting your head empty out over the 1000′ […]
What an expansive view from the summit of Sawnee Mountain! I had to ask Jessica why it’s called Indian Seats, and she explained it’s the seat-like depressions in the granite. It certainly felt nice to sit on the ledge and look out. Azaleas grow horizontally out of the rocks. Little cows and little McMansions dotted […]
September 2019 I have been fascinated by witches as long as I can remember and my all-time favorite vacation as a kid was going to Salem with my Mom. I recently finished reading The Witches: 1692 and am now plotting out a mini called Witch Pranks. There are a lot of things to love here: […]
September 2019 Growing up, I’d visit Vermont where my mom went for her meditation/heart work group, and Massachusetts where my Aunt Barb and cousins lived. But I hadn’t been back to New England in 15 years! I booked a solo flight and rented a car by myself (first time!), thought I was going to die […]
When I said I wanted to visit Valdosta, pretty much everyone asked “Why” or laughed and said, “Valdosta sucks.” One friend elaborated, “The energy there is very dense and unpleasant.” Hahahaa! Only one friend had positive things to say but they were unable to come with me this time. I don’t know how I got […]
Monadnocks rolling out the red carpet back in February. I’ve wanted to see this for years but kept visiting too early or too late. What a treat to finally see this rare red diamorpha pooling atop the mountain! Here’s to trying to catch it in full bloom next year. And dim sum at Canton House. […]
May 2019 Just a couple of ladiez checking out Alligator Farm and Driftwood Beach!
October 2018 Tucked behind a church in Calhoun Georgia are 50+ fairy sized structures of castles, cathedrals, houses, and more – all volunteer-crafted with pebbles, cement, wire, glass, and seashells! The detail is precious but there is no gallery preciousness to the space. It is so cool that kids can climb all over the castles […]
My Pisces Birthday Twin, Jessica, and I went to Crystal Springs, Florida right when things were starting to get hairy (mid-March, Friday the 13th!). Nothing had closed yet and no one was staying home but you could feel the shift. I know America should’ve been sheltering in place much earlier, but I’m so thankful we […]