Longhorn Cavern State Park was an absolute surprise. I'd done some research and realized it was just down the road from Inks Lake State Park (review coming soon). Longhorn Cavern is a day use only park, so no camping here. Entry to the park is free, entry to the cavern is by paid guided tour … Continue reading Longhorn Cavern State Park – Burnet, Texas
This is something I’ve wrestled with since high school. “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Maybe it’s been longer than high school. It’s probably been since whatever age people start asking you that question. I went to a high school for the arts and studied visual art. If you’ve ever seen … Continue reading You Can Be More Than One Thing
This is not a political post. You can put your guard down. Let me be VERY clear. The only wasted vote is a vote not cast. I repeat. The only wasted vote is a vote not cast. I’m not very vocal about politics. I feel like everyone else is yelling loud enough. However, I pay … Continue reading How I Wasted My Vote
It's ok to not be ok.I repeat.It's ok to not be ok.It's what you do with not being ok that makes a difference.The past weekend/week I have not been ok. There have been growing pains and struggles at work. I went with a friend to have her dog put down. There are personal struggles with … Continue reading It’s ok to not be ok. Also, self talk.
First off, it's been quiet on here. I've been writing a lot on the side, things you don't see, because, well, there's a lot going on behind the scenes, but that's for a different post. Now we're in a pandemic. And somehow watching my house burning down nearly 3 years ago prepared me a little … Continue reading Oh Hey Pandemic
Bill and I had a big weekend planned this weekend exploring areas of our state we had never seen. We were going to spend Friday going to see the George W Bush Presidential Library and then spend the evening with friends in Bryan, TX. Saturday morning we were heading to Waco to see the mammoth … Continue reading Oh, Hey Hurricane Harvey
This is a wild beast of a day. The best I can suggest is delegate. The Office Bag My mom, in her infinite wisdom the day after the fire, gave me what we affectionately called “the office bag”. It was merely a tote bag with an accordion file folder, notebook, clip board and pens. This … Continue reading The Process: Day of The Fire