I just spent a while on a completely different post. Arranging the photos to flow well, diving into emotion, repeatedly editing my writing. I spent a substantial amount of time, and something happened causing me to lose the post completely. Three times.
Here's a whole new one! 😊
Along with these photos are reminders: to be centered and soak in the sunshine, to laugh it out when you're thrown off, and remember the bigger beauuuuutiful picture.
This post snapped together in an instant.
I'm leaping, soon after expressing my whole face/body/spirit showing through pictures thing.
I'm not editing this. I'm not putting pressure on myself. I'm going with this awesomely clear opportunity I've been surprised with tonight.
I could have stayed with frustration, a theme I've been observing a bunch lately.
This is an easy choice.
This feels good.
Los Almos NM- //Peaceful Moment//
Went on a little adventure today...
We enjoyed exloring Bandelier National Monument a short drive from Santa Fe, New Mexico. It was a hands on way to experience history and see how people lived in a different time and place. ~
Carved into the hillside, the cave complex was fascinating to explore (although it was a little dark in some places), we ended with a new appreciation for our 8' ceilings at home. ~
It was raining when we visited which resulted in fewer visitors and cooler temperatures (which we liked coming from the Pacific Northwest). You take a shuttle into the park which took some time but the destination was well worth the effort! ~
Definitely interesting to check out if you want to experience part of history firsthand. ~
#essentialexplorers #lovetoexplore #bandeliernationalmonument #santefe #newmexico #southwestus #history #cooltoexplore #handsonlearning #worldschooling #getoutside
Hiding out from Grumpa and Grandma Sandi. We loved exploring these cliff dwellings of the Ancestral Pueblo people at Bandelier National Monument. Have a question? Ask Ru; she’s now a Jr. Ranger. #findyourpark #bandeliernationalmonument
C functioning as tank commander through fire damaged ridge west of Bandelier
Looks like Autumn, feels like Winter 🍂❄️
One of the most unfair things about being married to @harrizahn
, is that this a a candid photo. 😒 he always looks calm and collected while I look like I’ve been living in a blender. 🤦🏻♀️
Anybody else deal with this?
The residence of the Pueblo and witness to 10000 years of human history this place is still rich with flora and fauna, and has always been one of the preferred places to reside for settlements. The stone storage squares located in front of the dwellings that have been carved on the volcanic rocks. The area elevates from 5k feet to the 10k feet within a few miles! Few of the dwellings also contain ancient and interesting peteoglyphs!
Y sigo obsesionada con este lugar