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Five Senses Monday

Good morning, friends. It seems that everyone everywhere is getting a little taste of springtime (maybe even summer) lately. I spent much of the weekend outside, soaking up as much of this wintery sunshine as I could. I wanted to bring … Continue reading

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Costa Rica is …

Costa Rica was fish tacos and iguanas in the trees and natives who love with no strings attached. That feeling that it’s okay to be you — refreshing to be you — in any form. A freedom to dive head … Continue reading

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Starbucks, Est. 1971 | Seattle

When in Seattle, do as the locals do — EXCEPT, do make it a point to go to the oldest Starbucks. You won’t catch a gaggle of locals in this joint — unless they have tourists on their arms — but you will … Continue reading

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Wine & Wildflowers

I feel like this summer is zooming by, and yelling “catch me if you can” from a sunny blur of golden sun. So I’ve been making it a point to stop and enjoy the golden light that doesn’t stay in … Continue reading

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Camping and kayaking

We drove 45 minutes out of town and, voila: it was as though we were on a real vacation. We kayaked, stopping to water loaf and drink beer, until dinnertime. We finished cooking in the dark, and everyone spread bowls of kales and … Continue reading

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Five Senses Tuesday

It’s been a while since Five Senses Monday, hasn’t it? I guess there are a lot of reasons for the delay: Internet was down while we switched services; I’ve been trying to spend a lot more time moving and cooking … Continue reading

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The walnut harvest

The walnut harvest was a few months ago, but I seemed to only share photos with a little community known as Instagram. This year, I learned to appreciate the walnut. I learned to appreciate the growers. And the people who … Continue reading

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