four months later… earlier this year, I was working with five and six-year-olds. they were the sweetest kids but they also gave me the worst baby fever. it got to a point where I asked andrew if we could shave off a few years on our children time line. he said, “I love kids. I … Continue reading brazil


it’s taken me almost six months to write this post because every time I would try and write it, I’d start crying. this trip to greece was the most meaningful to me, more so than the year before to kos. in kos, andrew and I did emergency relief and because so many people were trying to … Continue reading Greece

olympic np

in january, I had knee surgery and so for the month and a half after, I had to keep to low-key activities for full recovery. it was boring as hell and I was getting ansty for new explorations but alas, my knee recovered. we started off in central washington trying to get to this ice cave … Continue reading olympic np


for four days, we traded ubiquitous sunshine in southern california for darkness in northern norway and if I’m being honest, it scared me. I’ve read about it before so I thought that I would be prepared but I wasn’t. driving from oslo, we were surrounded by beauty: mountains on our right and the north atlantic ocean … Continue reading norway/sweden

cuba pt III

“we shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time” -t.s. eliot, little gidding after we’ve traveled the whole world and we’re old with wrinkly, leathery skin we’ll come back to where it all started confused by … Continue reading cuba pt III