• Summer in an Ice Cream Cone

    August 15, 2016

    If there is one thing I love and insist on wherever we travel, that would be ice cream. Even my family has taken to teasing me about my Ice Cream Obsession. I’m not going to lie…it may be a leaning towards obsession. But really, how could you not want ice cream when it is homemade…

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  • National Ice Cream Day

    July 18, 2016

    There is something so blissful about ice cream. If you didn’t know, yesterday was National Ice Cream Day! Although I’m pretty sure just about everyday should be National Ice Cream Day. Anyway, to celebrate, ice cream was in order!

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  • Feeling Small in a Big World

    July 15, 2016

    There have been times where I’ve felt big in life.┬áTimes when I’ve won a competition, or gotten straight A’s or won a game of cards. Then there are also days when I feel small. It’s like the feeling of watching the tides of the ocean fall, waves crashing on to large cliffs. I feel small…

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  • Developing Your Eye

    July 13, 2016

    I keep trying to cross things off my 101 in 1001 list and developing photography skills is something I have been yearning to do for a while. I don’t have a fancy camera right at the moment, but rather a point-and-shoot from 2010, and my handy dandy iPhone, however, as I’ve been reading up on…

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  • Fourth Grade Happenings: Colorado History

    March 17, 2016

    A part of our Fourth Grade Social Studies Curriculum is to learn all about Colorado History. I love history and even more so Colorado. Earlier this week, we had the privilege of heading out on a field trip to the Judicial Center and State Capitol in Colorado. There’s a pretty fascinating history behind the history…

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