I have had a lot on my mind. Surprisingly I am feeling similar to when I was working. My brain doesn’t turn off. I am hyper focused. I am churning over solutions and learning. I ignore some of the basic, human signals of thirst, hunger, etc. When I get this way, I am not the person I want to be. My creativity stalls. So……I took … Continue reading A Day to Create
The Gnat family spent the weekend up in lake country, MN. Cabin Life. Swimming. Fires. Smores. Birthday Parties. Games. Family. Old Friends. Food. Pontoon Rides. Kayaking. Fishing. Cycling. You name a MN lake activity and I think we did it. It was so refreshing and EXACTLY what I needed. Not much for words other than last week reminded me about the need to disconnect and … Continue reading A celebration, a mini family reunion and some much needed time at the lake!
As I wrote in my last post, January 2018 started out in a blur. I am one of those folks that really love to take December to think and January to kick off the new year. I like resolutions that give me direction. I like the challenge. This year, my resolutions are a bit private and not for public consumption. They are personal to me … Continue reading A Good Start and a Focused Month
Over the holidays I was on a roll with getting out, taking images and thinking. I was excited and going into the year with a loose plan and a bit more focus. But then the rat race started and that focus all came to a screeching halt. I felt like it was a re-entry to reality when I went back to work, adjusted to the … Continue reading A Blurry Start to 2018
This is a quick photo story of last week’s mini Minnesota Ramble. But the ramble is truly secondary to the deeper meaning of this post. This post is about the power of the bicycle. What you can do with it as well as the power it has bringing people and communities together. Over the course of the last 10+ years, the bicycle has really been … Continue reading The power of the bicycle