Epic Sunset – July 21st

  
Missouri has given me some epic, colorful sunsets the last couple of days. It’s like the sky knows. And it has been magnificent! 

So a little update to a post a few months ago about how my life is. I can finally say that on August 15th I pack my life into some shipping containers and move to Phoenix, Arizona! I am unbelievably excited and a little scared all at the same time. Moving is overwhelming and moving so far is really overwhelming. But it is absolutely the right decision, because as I have talked and prayed about it the question I kept getting was; If you stay where you are, will you be disappointed down the road? And every time that question got asked the answer was yes. So I am going, and it’s bittersweet because I can honestly say I have the best group of friends here a girl could ask for and an amazing church community. But the best part about friends is they will still be my friends even though I’m not in the same state as they are. 

Adventure has called my name and it’s time to answer the call. 
Have a blessed day!

Heather 

PS: stay tuned…

One Month – July 7th

  

One Month. One month sometimes seems like a long amount of time. But in my case one month is more of a short amount of time. And it’s scary and exciting all at the same time. The emotions overflow, and yet there are no tears, just sometimes fear. But if this year is supposed to be about adventure I can’t live in fear, I have to be brave. So one month until life changes, until a season closes and a new season opens…

Have a blessed day!

Heather

Summer is Here – June 9th

 
It’s summer here in the Ozarks, hot, sticky summer. But I am thankful for the warm weather and for the many waterways in the Ozarks. It gives you time to enjoy and try new things. Bring on the Kayaks! 

Have a blessed day!

Heather

PS: it’s very, very green here right now. I think it’s from all the rain we had. 

Desert Botanical Gardens – June 5th

  

The Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix is gorgeous and worth a visit. Also, I always thought Saguaro Cactus were like people height. Wrong! They are huge! In fact they can be 50 feet tall and it takes 50 to 70 years for them to develop those famous “arms”. They were so fascinating! Next time I have to visit the Sororan Desert National Monument. 

Have a blessed day!

Heather 

PS: They also have a cactus called a Cholla that will jump out and bite you if you get to close to it.