After a week at the beach, we would spend the final four days in the Costa Rican mountains. An acclaimed vacation planner, I had done my research. Our family would experience Costa Rica. There would be splurging and fun, beach and mountains, relaxation and vigorous hiking and lots of yummy food. ... Read More about Someday You’ll Thank Me
Back home in Albuquerque, where restrictions are still very tight, I’m especially grateful to have pulled off a pandemic vacation. If you love affordable adventure, good food, gorgeous scenery and mild weather, Costa Rica is worth a visit. Nosara, Costa Rica Thanks to a friend ... Read More about Crumbled Walls
With a devastating end to an already difficult 2020, the timing of our family’s escape was more than a nice coincidence. It was ordained. As if God Himself orchestrated the details and caused it to happen precisely when and how it did. From beginning to end, God has been near, speaking ... Read More about Believing is Seeing
Our family of four will escape for some desperately needed time away. Somewhat off the grid. I haven’t spoken the words aloud to many, not wanting to jinx it. I've lacked confidence that it could happen. Or would happen. Our flight arrangements have been changed by the airlines three times. But with ... Read More about Good bye 2020!
Childhood Memory 1971 1120 Mayberry Lane, my beloved childhood home featured a sunken living room with plush brownish thick carpeting and ‘no-food-allowed’ furniture. Flanking the wall by the front door was a Baldwin piano with a large metronome, an egg-timer and a small white bust statue of ... Read More about The Light of the World