As I wrote last week, I have been able to go out climbing a respectable amount considering my intense work schedule. Considering how much “holiday” I take in general right now it’s only fair that I spend a month here and there doing nothing but make money. Upon the ending of that month, however, I … More Wye Creek!!!
That’s right, folks. I am now 27. Birthdays never seem like they should be a big deal, but they still feel that way to me. I’m taking a break from writing this week to enjoy my last few days in New Hampshire. Back next week. Cheers, Molly
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Hi all! Apologies for missing last week’s post. I had a rare amount of time off and found myself in need of catching up. But in other news, I’m now claiming this blog on the search site, bloglovin’. If you like to follow blogs that way, awesome! Until Thursday, Molly
After a completely (I’m not exaggerating) magical time on Ometepe, it was time to return to Costa Rica. Martina had a flight to Cuba in a couple of days, and I decided to travel with her rather than cross the border alone. Border crossing on your own is very much possible and would not have … More San José; or, a Tipping Point
So sorry, but I’m a bit busy studying and what not for the GRE. Tune in next week when I get the rest of my brain back. Until then, I’ll be channeling the following: Cheers, Molly
It seems like this happens a least once a year, but especially during those seasons of exceptional change, such as now. We are now deeply into the changes of fall/autumn, and the shake up is beginning to be felt in other ways. While it is still bright and summery down on the Front Range, the … More Life is Wild Sometimes
It was a common story around my house growing up, the story of Mom, Dad, and Rob. I’m sure I’ll get some of these details wrong, but according to my memory of the story, Mom and Dad found Rob at the base of the big old spruce tree that used to grow in the middle … More American Robins: The Heroes We All Need
Alright. I haven’t written anything in literally months now, and that’s my own dang fault. Life happens, I guess. Since my last post I have gone on many a hike, including the before mentioned John Muir Trail. I haven’t even shown my own parents photographs from that trip, so cyberspace buddies are just going to … More A Cats-Up Note