Maple tree, Lake Crescent.
Here’s my theory on the world. We all like to be “busy” and cram our lives full of things, because being quiet and still forces us to actually take an account of our life and what we’re doing with it. Everyone lays down at night and wonders what their purpose & place on this tiny little planet is. I won’t claim to know the answers to all of life’s big questions, heck - I wish someone could still answer quite a few for me. 🤷🏼♀️😉 But I’ll tell you what - I can say with complete confidence that I am living my best life. Not because I just went on a trip to the mountains. Not because I have my own business or something random like that (those are both so fleeting in the big scheme of things, let’s be real). But because I’ve had the gracious opportunity to encounter hope. Hope that is in anchor for my soul in the craziness of this thing called life. I had a chance to speak on hope at a conference last month, and I’m (kinda nervously, to be honest 🙈) sharing the audio from my talk today! I only ask you to listen because what I’ve learned has changed MY life, and I so desperately desire you to encounter that kind of freedom too. ❤️ Link is in my bio under “Unwavering Hope” ✨
Throw back photo from my 2015 visit to Port Angeles. #lakecrescent
Somehow these views push you to reach a level of an incredible amount of grace and fearlessness. #pnw
No idea why people say canoeing is a challenge. I found it quite relaxing... 🙃 (thanks for doing all the work @tdubravac
) 📷: @h.cobar
Yesterday, annual pilgrimage to #lakecrescent
/ So much to celebrate, including our Anniversary.