both feet firmly planted into winter.
confession... i'm not a huge nature person. what can i say? i think being a city living introvert makes me a little jaded in regards towards the outdoors. i often tend to forget that not too far away from the sparkling vegas lights there are some very beautiful all-natural views. it can be quite magical spending time up in the mount charleston area, especially during winter when you're lucky enough to get to play in the snow.
the road so far.
i know there are a good amount of people that suffer from seasonal affective disorder and get a mean case of the winter blues. for some reason i really enjoy winter and am the total opposite. i feel calm and peaceful. everything seems paused and it some how gives me the sense of having extra time.
i adore lighting a candle, enjoying a huge cup of coffee and editing photos while being all cozied up in my home. every once in awhile a needy cat will require some cuddles & warmth but in winter extra cuddles of all varieties are basically a necessity.
the bro to my ladybro.
i think the mountains look the most beautiful with a powdering of snow.
the higher up, the fatter the flakes and all of a sudden i was 5 years old again.
such peacefulness in the stillness.
trees lose their leaves every year and still they stand tall and wait for better days to come.
highly anticipating what this new year will bring, cannot wait to find out what adventures and lessons are to come.
i am going to keep trying to find the happy in every day and on the toughest ones i am going to remember to be kind to myself. we rarely have a choice over what kind of obstacles we are given in life or when people let us down but we do get to decide how we are going to handle ourselves when these situations occur.
the best anyone can do is keep trying to try.