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It’s a blur

It’s a blur

As Tucker and I walked the docks early this evening, the smells of sunscreen and saltwater mixed with a hint of gasoline made me inhale deeply in appreciation. All too soon, the sun will be hidden behind clouds and the boats maneuvering around the marina will dwindle....

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Keep it Simple

Keep it Simple

I have spent the past week being sad. And then pissed. And then sad some more. Eventually, I decided I was tired of the bad dreams and the crying, so as of yesterday I decided it was time to eat my feelings. You wouldn’t believe how much harder it is to do that when you don’t have fast food available.

A New Routine

A New Routine

It has been nearly three months to the day since I left my job. One would have probably thought that I would have settled into a new routine long before now. But between multiple trips back to Texas and spending a week at a time here and there out with Chris on the boat, I’ve found myself…

Epiphany at the Farmers’ Market

Epiphany at the Farmers’ Market

It’s funny how hard it is to see the trees for the forest. (Is that how it goes?) You tell me what you like to do and I can tell you how to monetize it, give you a business plan, and clearly see your ideal clients and your branding. I can an opportunity, create a product or service to fill it…

Weekend on Saddlebag

Weekend on Saddlebag

After being home for two full days, Chris and I made plans to meet up in Anacortes on Saturday and make the short trip over to Saddlebag Island. I had spent the past 48 hours out of sorts and grumpy. A few days on the water with my favorite guy were just what I needed…

Between Two Worlds

Between Two Worlds

It’s amazing how quickly I find that I can go from one reality to another. When I arrived in Texas, I already knew what I was walking into,,, for the most part. I had been there just six weeks before for a surprise visit. I knew what life looked like with 3 kids under the age of 5.