It is rare to know someone who has 5 generations living at once. Some of my dearest friends are privileged to have that happen and with great-great grandpa being 91, it is possible!… Continue reading
One of my favorite things to do is walk on a beach and treasure hunt. Being in nature and near water helps clear my head and brings a great sense of peace and… Continue reading
I had the privilege of capturing family pictures of a dear friend of mine last week. A family of 7, full of personality, laughter, and love for one another. We had a fun… Continue reading
If you are ever in the Northwest and want a fun bike day, make your way to Guemes Island. It’s a 5 minute and $3.50 (walk-on) ferry ride from Anacortes. We enjoyed a… Continue reading
Washington is one of the most beautiful places on this earth. I highly recommend the Evergreen Mountain hike to anyone needing to get away and see God’s creation!
This is a picture my nephew took as we were camping last week with the family. Of course he is not old enough to drink but he grabbed my Corona and delicately leaned… Continue reading
Last week I had the privilege of coaching some young kids, not only in soccer, but also in life skills. And I got to do this with one of my nephews, which made… Continue reading
If you ever want to enjoy a wonderful resort for scuba diving, Laguna Beach Resort would be my recommendation.
Had the opportunity to hike Sunrise Trail last weekend and Mt. Rainier was majestic!
This was a good year to be born!
Some backyards look like this…on the island of Utila, Honduras.
One of the many island restaurants in Utila, Honduras.
Tuk-tuk’s are one of the major forms of transportation within Antigua, Guatemala and many other parts of Central America. In my time in Antigua, I wanted to walk everywhere because the town is… Continue reading
Most people know what it is like to work hard at something. Whether it’s work, a hobby, relationships, personal development, financial goals, physical health, etc. Of those that work hard at something, they… Continue reading
We went to the ranch to check on Lamkins and he is doing great. As I stood watching him in the pen with his mama and brother, I heard bleatings from another pen.… Continue reading
We have officially named the lamb, Lamkins. It was brought back to its mother a few nights ago and the mother wouldn’t let it feed from her. She ignored it. So, Lamkins is… Continue reading
Yesterday a friend of mine knocked on my door and in her arms was this newborn lamb. This little guy was so new that its umbilical chord was still attached. My friend said… Continue reading
If you spend any amount of time in Antigua, you will certainly walk down 5a Avenida where you see the Arco de Santa Catalina. It was originally built to be a walkway for… Continue reading
Traveling on the back roads of Central America, particularly in Honduras and Guatemala, you often see horses tied to a fence post on the highway side of the fence. It seems unusual to… Continue reading
As I have traveled in Central America, I observed a few scenes where certain stereotypes I’ve had were shattered, such as poverty and technology (cell phones). Honduras and Guatemala have extreme poverty, but… Continue reading