Flit, Float, Fleetly Fly
2014 / Adventure in Normal Life / Artsy / Photography / See the Sights

Flit, Float, Fleetly Fly

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2014 in review
2014 / Adventure in Normal Life / History in Motion / inspiree by s / Journeys / new year / Reflections

2014 in review

There is a new adventure coming and I know it will be a good one.” – Sigurd F.Olson, Chicago-born author, environmentalist. This quote is from a key ring from one of those team-building ropes courses, circa perhaps 15 years ago. I found it yesterday, a broken and unlikely relic that I had saved and somehow managed … Continue reading

I hate cancer.
2014 / Journeys / Reflections

I hate cancer.

I found out that I had lost someone today. We met in 2009 at a post-graduate program, and were housemates as well as coworkers. We were both on the quieter side, but still got to know each other and I appreciated her kindness, humor, and constant heart to sing to God and praise Him. After … Continue reading

Thank You!
2014 / Adventure in Normal Life / Journeys / Quick Thoughts / Unexpected

Thank You!

Wow, I’m so happy for all the support from all of you readers. We’re at 750+ now co-travelers with Where the BlueBootsGo. It’s always a pleasure to write for you for loyal readers throughout the WORLD. Did you know you all came from a hefty 50 countries in 2013? A big thanks goes out to my readers … Continue reading

Reflections on the Boston Marathon & Recipe {brunch} Apple Braided Challah Bread
2014 / About Me / Adventure in Normal Life / Culinary Creations and Recipes / Food / History in Motion / Journeys / Reflections

Reflections on the Boston Marathon & Recipe {brunch} Apple Braided Challah Bread

It’s the Saturday morning before the Boston Marathon, and while driving into the heart of the city this morning to “go to work” with B, many runners and their families were out and about before 9 am, bibs proudly pinned onto athletic gear, and carrying plastic drawstring bags filled with snacks, water bottles, shirts and … Continue reading