This is the longest I have ever let my blog sit. Just sit. Be idle. Without new photos, stories, or fresh tidbits of information. It's been radio silence for months now.
What have I been doing, you ask? I've been focusing on staying in the moment. Something I've never been very good at. I'm the gal in the room who's always thinking of what is next. Anticipating what's around the corner. Living one month ahead in my calendar. Constantly working towards and worrying about the future. To be completely frank, it is exhausting. It's not to say it's unnecessary (I find planning to be a highly valuable skill), but there has to be balance. And for a while I was a little off-kilter. Maybe just a bit too worried about what I was going to post on the blog next. So this has been nice. So very lovely, in fact. This space has had time to breathe. I've had time to breathe.
But now I'm breaking the silence.
I've decided it's time to post a few photos and provide a little insight into the adventures that have been happening this summer. I truly hope you enjoy.
And if it's another 3 months until I post again, just rest assured that I am well. I am enjoying the company of those around me. And most likely, I'm doing my best to soak in the moment.
Whilst camping in Iceland sitting beneath the stars at the top of world I was reminded of the Gregory Alan Isakov song below.