more time with my head in the clouds.

9.12.2013

Lately I've been feeling rather frustrated and possibly the most frustrating part of it all, is that I don't know what exactly I'm frustrated about. I try to tell my brain to figure it out, but it hasn't listened to me yet.
It's been so nice to escape up to the mountains, to our family cabin, to cooler weather and open spaces--i find myself craving places with bad reception and lots of family time. There's something magical to me about being in a place where windows down seems most natural. I have small town in my blood.

6 comments

Lauren W said...

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look a little closer said...

Nature also brings me back, when I'm feeling a little out-of-it. Love the photos. Is that a praying mantis!?

Makes me think of Tara Brach's, "Entering the Mystery" talk.

If you like talks, check her out. She's amazing. She's been helping me a lot through these shifting seasons. Perhaps you'll find some wisdom there too!

look a little closer said...

Nature also brings me back, when I'm feeling a little out-of-it. Love the photos. Is that a praying mantis!?

Makes me think of Tara Brach's, "Entering the Mystery" talk.

If you like talks, check her out. She's amazing. She's been helping me a lot through these shifting seasons. Perhaps you'll find some wisdom there too!

Jessica Holly said...

my heart will forever be yearning for a small town :)

Bret Mortimer said...

I love these pictures. Also, I've been real frustrated lately as well, but I read a book called The Anatomy of Peace (in one day, and I never do that..) that helped me realize better why I was getting so frustrated with things/people/myself. It's helped me keep a heart at peace and I think you'd love it. Anyway, keep on doin' yo thang.

Families are Forever said...

Breathtaking photography! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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