Lions and tigers and bears, oh my. Rock caves and selfies and shares, oh why…
“…the more scared I was the more excited I became for what was next.” Not generally a sports aficionado, I just finished Go Long by Jerry Rice (hall of famer as a wide receiver for the SF 49ers). Half-hearted just doesn’t exist in Rice’s mind. It’s interesting to think how we could all be this way if we put our mind to it. I love taking pieces from a good book like this and spinning them into something to remember…
What do you picture when you hear the word healthy? Green? Fruits and veggies? Bland food? Annoyingly fit people? What if I told you healthy food could be full of flavor?
It was Thursday night. We had a crew of 3 gals, an SUV, and a mission to check out Lassen Volcanic Park in Northern California.
It’s not often that you get to see and be in one of your best friend’s wedding.
“I am interested in the relation between information and knowledge, the ways in which experience and experiment might link them, so that facts are converted into what Gertrude Stein called “useful knowledge.” We need to be careful not to mistake new technology for new knowledge. To experiment means you must put what you know at risk to what you do not yet know.” -Ann Lauterbach
The wilderness solves almost every solution.