One Year. 366 Days. One year ago from Sunday, Evan and I set out on a great adventure—marriage. But we decided to make the actual day an adventure, as well, so we set out on bikes from Jackson, Wyoming to String Lake in Grand Teton National Park [28 miles], waited out the rain, vowed to … Continue reading a nearly grand anniversary.
As I said before, there are moments [strong, strong moments] that I want to remember from the time surrounding my accident. The night we came home from the hospital, I don’t know if either of us thought we would ever sleep. Evan and I were both so exhausted, but as my face began to swell … Continue reading I want you to be here.
It was a week ago today that I was in the ski accident. The ski accident where I lost control. Couldn’t gain control. The ski accident where I hit a tree. With my face. Whiplash. Lost consciousness. Blood everywhere. The ski accident when I broke my nose and cheekbone and bit through my lip. The … Continue reading I want to be here.
Things have been up and down and beautiful and sleepy and tough and smiley. ——— Wondering about blahgging: “It is better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than to open it and remove all doubt.” – Mark Twain. Should I be keeping my mouth shut more? Ah, well. ——— Favorite song right now… … Continue reading triannual torrential.
I saw a girl on her bike get hit by a car today. I’ve never seen that. It was right downtown. The whole block froze. – ARE YOU ALRIGHT?! …is all that was heard in the surrounding dead silence, yelled by many of us. Still no one moved. Everyone was still. She stood up. Shaken. … Continue reading to who? everyone.
If anyone was wondering, change is hard. And that’s just how it goes. But, I have to keep reminding myself, I wouldn’t trade the hard for the comfortable… the evolution for the stagnation. It’s always been the darkness that breaks my bones so they can reset correctly and grow… really grow. So, what do you … Continue reading how come you never go there.
A great night of friends and laughs and cheese conies and then the news of Osama Bin Laden. Talking, eating, discussing, laughing, eating more. Then, driving home, a message from a friend who had left earlier. – Hey, I was just listening to the news about Bin Laden. It’s just crazy to remember sitting in … Continue reading thankfulness in celebrating.