The landscape of the Navajo Nation was breathtaking, but it was the human features of the space that drew my attention.
Despite a rough start to the day, I was delighted to have my love cup filled with kitty snuggles and feminine energy tonight.
When I ignore the voice inside of me guiding me gently in the way of my soul, I learn the hard way that nothing good comes of it.
Once again, the greatest beauty of my trip comes not in solitude but in connection.
I don’t recall much from grade school geology, so sometimes all this history of the natural landscape stuff seems like new information to me…
The word santosha is Sanskrit for “contentment.”
If this journey is about figuring out my next steps in life, then I guess the place to start is with taking a step back and looking in from the outside, thinking about what I’m doing right and what I’m doing wrong.
Ever since I began planning my trip, I’ve looked forward to visiting the Joshua Trees. What an amazing place – the National Park and its surrounding spaces!
Three weeks into my trip, my “clam shell” tent got a sideways overbite, and the company suggested I drive to LA to pick up a new one. UGH.
Today was a long and somewhat frustrating day of driving.