Things that I love: Jesus (thanks for everything), my husband (thanks for the companionship and all that), my kids (Auttie is a four-year-old fairy-mermaid, and Abe is a one-year-old potato), hiking (obviously), aaaand sugar.
Have you ever been awestruck? Maybe you saw a view that made you light headed and tingly. Part of you felt frantic, because you knew that you werent
In the continual search for useful and inspiring books about the Appalachian Trail, we had to get our hands on Appalachian Odyssey for obvious
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Congrats! Youre a really cool parent who doesnt let something like a tiny child get in the way of big adventure. Obviously this isnt a
There is a magical moment in millions of bathrooms across America every day: somebody pees on a stick, waits for an impossibly long two-minutes, and