journal #1 | yosemite

Dear friends, Life is truly a mystery at times, isn't it? A long journey, one full of ups and downs--like a road trip. This all sounds so cliche. *laughs* #deepthoughts Anyway, this week has been rather busy. So, I won't bore you with all the minute little details. Last weekend, I attended a pilates class … Continue reading journal #1 | yosemite

A Trip to the Creation Museum

Howdy folks! In late June, my family and I visited the Creation Museum, something we've been wanting to do for some time now. It was spectacular! There was a petting zoo and a lovely expanse of grounds. In the lobby, there was a series of panels discussing the truth of myths and legends, such as … Continue reading A Trip to the Creation Museum

My Aesthetic

Hello fellow people! I've been seeing a "my aesthetic" on fellow bloggers' posts. Here's mine 😊 Shall I explain? Row 1 Diagon Alley--This picture combines my love of Harry Potter and old towns *cue trip to flea market*.  I like vintage and Oh how I'd love to visit The Magical World of Harry Potter.  French … Continue reading My Aesthetic

Road Trip Essentials

Hello folks and fellow travel enthusiasts! Anytime during the year (except maybe heavy snow, heavy rain, bad storms, below zero weather) is a great time to take a short or long road trip! I love road trips and exploring the country by car. From the comfort and convenience of your car, you can see and … Continue reading Road Trip Essentials

National Parks

Hello! I love the national parks. Maybe it's the history behind it, maybe God's creation, or maybe the whole package. I can't say. My parents introduced me to this wonderful group of place. I've been to historical sites, such as the Washington Monument and Alcatraz. I've also visited the parks, such as Olympic and Yosemite. … Continue reading National Parks

Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles

Because of Museum Day, I decided to go to a museum. How could you not? I decided to go Lacis in Berkeley, CA. They had a very interesting exhibit on pina cloth. Pina cloth is made from the sinews and fibers from the pineapple tree.  They scrape the leaves with a pottery shard to get … Continue reading Lacis Museum of Lace and Textiles