2019, Lifestyle, Note To Self

Things I Wished Someone Told Me About 2019

This was the year of shedding. As I look back over 2019, this year has had it's fair share of lessons is an understatement. Some of the hardest have come in the last few months of this year. I have wrote and rewrote this post numerous times, yet I cannot think how to put into… Continue reading Things I Wished Someone Told Me About 2019

2019, Baseball

What I’ve Learned From 4 Months Of Diehard Mariners Baseball Fandom

Although there are endless wonderful things to do in Seattle to be a diehard fan about, one recent development is my four month (or could be more than that?) relationship with America's pastime (does anyone see the sarcasm in this name for baseball?). Living in Seattle my whole life means automatically you are a Seattle… Continue reading What I’ve Learned From 4 Months Of Diehard Mariners Baseball Fandom

2019, Tanzania, Travel Log

Tanzania Two Years Later: What I Have Learned

In spirit of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's visit to Africa in the next few weeks, I thought it would be a good time to reflect on what I have learned two years later from my own trip to the African nation Tanzania. Every so often there will be a spike in views of… Continue reading Tanzania Two Years Later: What I Have Learned

2019, Washington

Beauty of The Skyhomish River

Early crisp clear mornings, when summer starts to fade into autumn and all around nature is still waiting for the sun to rise. These are the moments I live for, the moments when the quiet sound of nature waking up for a new day. Here near the shore of the river is where life takes… Continue reading Beauty of The Skyhomish River

2019, Baseball

Baseball As A Road To God|Part 4

Whew this has been one long stretch to write this series on this blog. In the last installment of this series I will be going though the last three innings to the final destination, the clubhouse. The place where baseball legends never die. 7th Inning: Saints and Sinners: When I think of saints and sinners… Continue reading Baseball As A Road To God|Part 4