Exploring the Deep

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Merry (belated) Christmas!

I hope you all had a very merry Christmas! I spent the bulk of the first half in the air flying home to Fargo to visit my parents. What a treat to break through the clouds before landing and see miles and miles of snow! Some of you will remember me complaining last year because Fargo didn’t have any of the pretty white stuff on the ground, much less get a lick of the stuff while I was home. This year made up for last.

So now I’m home for a week and just enjoying my time away from the office. Don’t get me wrong, I love my job but it’s always nice to get away for a few days and really unwind.

Hope your holidays are just as relaxing and you find time to get a cup of coffee with friends, eat cookies with family and take long afternoon naps. Blessings, friends!


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Shame on me!

It’s not even worthy of an apology…maybe begging and pleading for forgivness for not posting ANYTHING lately. Can y’all forgive me? If it makes you feel any better I haven’t been keeping up on my personal email either. At any rate, I’m going to attempt a brief catch-up via pictures and hopefully, maybe, fingers crossed try to get back on track with at least weekly postings. Blessings to all of you this Christmas season!

On the monorail in downtown Seattle – November 13

At ECA’s annual turkey giveaway – November 17

My angel costume (in rehearsal) – late November

Check out that sunset behind the mountains! This picture doesn’t do it justice. – late November

The first snow of the year – December 1

Getting into character with Rebekah…again, first snowfall – December 1

My normally little creek is more like a fast, raging river with all the rain we’ve had – December 4