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Reflecting and Reminiscing: 2021

Reflecting and Reminiscing: 2021

2021 started pretty quiet. Repetitive days were dreary with my own company. Then, I got vaccinated and life became fast. Trop vite ! Anxiety. Insomnia. Mania… Scattered. Chaotic. Restless! 2021. Aging has been my nemesis. Walk. Yoga. Walk. Yoga. Walk. Yoga. Breathe! I did some sewing, embroidery, junk journaling, and crafting. I continued learning French.…

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Reflecting and Reminiscing: 2020

Reflecting and Reminiscing: 2020

2020 began hopeful with travel plans and anticipation of live music. Montreal, Quebec Dark Easter Metal Meeting, Munich, Germany Fire in the Mountains, Wyoming Wardruna, New York City But… There would be no traveling. And there would be no live music. And the closest I was going to get to New York City, was an…

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Reflection and Reminiscing: 2019

Reflection and Reminiscing: 2019

2019 was full of amazing adventures! Honestly, I always want to share everything I learn after discovering new places, but this year was so busy it was difficult for me to keep up. Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Croatia, Italy, Canada. A couple layovers in London, and a drive through Slovenia. Massachusetts, Maine, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Colorado.…

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Historic Copeland Bridge

Historic Copeland Bridge

I started writing about my day in Edinburg, NY just a couple weeks after I had been there. Coming back to my notes about Beecher Creek Falls almost a year later, I wonder why I never shared my experience of finding the gentle waterfall. Malta Ridge Cemetery (Ballston Spa, NY) I was up early and…

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April Adventures & Explorations

April Adventures & Explorations

My April began in Montreal. Then I got sick, which led me to watch some of my favorite movies. Fight Club. Always gets me thinking. Tyler Durden asks the question, “If you were to die right now, what do you wish you would have done?” This question began to roam around recklessly in my mind.…

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Snowshoeing Small Peaks in the Adirondacks

Snowshoeing Small Peaks in the Adirondacks

Although I’m typically hesitant at first, snowshoeing is something I look forward to any time snow begins to accumulate. At the end of February, Upstate New York experienced record high temperatures and I honestly wasn’t sure if my friends and I would have the opportunity to snowshoe in March, or if hiking was going to…

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