Gone with the Week

Hello again! I’ve been MIA the past couple weeks on the blog because last week was spring break and this week was the crazy busy week post-spring break where professors realize they only have half a semester left to assign every project known to man. I hope to do a recap soon of my spring […]

Spring Break in Steamboat

I had an awesome opportunity this spring break to head to Steamboat Springs, Colorado with a friend and going skiing! I had a wonderful time on the trip skiing, meeting new people, cooking fun meals, exploring the local town, and remembering why I love Colorado so much. We stayed at a resort right at the […]

Tiny Towns: Colorado Part 2

After we left my sister and headed to another little town, we spent the next couple days in a quaint little cabin. The first two days we went on two beautiful hikes. The first trail was called “Mill Creek Castle” and the second trail was “Oh Be Joyful.” “Oh Be Joyful” was our personal favorite. […]

Tiny Towns: Colorado Part 1

I’m back! Back from breezy, lovely Colorado. Boy was it hard to leave. Nothing like coming home to 100+ weather. I chose to call this blog post series about my vacation “Tiny Towns” because that’s where we were the whole time in Colorado. Denver, Aspen, and Colorado Springs never got a visit from us. Instead, […]

April Showers & May Flowers

April was so busy, yet fun. And now, May is flying by too! In April… I turned 18: It’s a Whole Foods birthday gift card! Get it? I think its beyond creative. Spent my birthday weekend in the amazing state of Colorado with my favorite outdoor guide: I also ate some yummy food on the trip, including […]

MIA Update

Hey Hey! Sorry for going MIA on y’all! Instead of boring you with the usual “life is too busy” blah blah I thought I would give you an update of what I have been doing for the past 2 weeks-ish. A spring break trip with friends. Exploring in the woods with friends. Getting a cold. That, […]

A Gluten Free Weekend

A couple of weekends ago, I spent the weekend with my sister who drove me all around Dallas to try many gluten-free goodies. I wanted to share some of the places we went, so keep reading! I typed up half of this post earlier then it deleted itself so I am going to keep this short and sweet. 🙂 […]

Elk Brats

Colorado was amazing. I will live there when I am older! Being surrounded by mountains never felt so free (ironic, I know). Many things occurred like rattle snake hunting, white water rafting, horseback riding, rock climbing, cowboy camp, cowboy church, bonfires + music, and some quality time with my cowgirl sister! I also tried elk brats […]