Easter is beyond my favorite holiday. The spring season, the meaning, the feeling it brings inside me–everything about it just cleanses me and gives me an ignited appreciation for life and all the little things it brings. I love Easter with all my heart, and why wouldn’t I when this holiday reminds people of new life and rebirth and hope? I must admit to feeling emotional on Easter. It’s embarrassing to admit, but I usually tear up in Church. This Easter I have even more “feels” in me. One of my favorite Easters was a few years back to my freshman year when I was warmly invited to spend Easter with Jessi and her wonderful family. Continue reading
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I know that everyone is busy getting ready for Turkey Day, even pescatarians like me! The holiday can bring lots of stress instead of enjoyment, so why not alleviate some of that thanksgiving food prep panic and make some items ahead of time–like my Pumpkin Protein Pie for instance. Continue reading
On to the finale of my summer “vacation.” I say “vacation” because I was vacationing in the colorful state in which I attend school, Colorado. I am so blessed to call this amazing place my home away from home. The beauty and wonder never ceases to captivate me. On the final day in Glenwood Springs, my family and I went off the beaten path to a more than less popular hiking trail, but it did not disappoint by any means! It was full of gorgeous views of the river and falls and if it were not for the Grizzly Bear encounter (yes, GRIZZLY BEAR!!!), then we would have kept hiking the afternoon. Continue reading