Quiet Thoughts: The Mountains We Choose to Move (or the Mountains That Choose Us to Move Them)

Black. Bunched. Mass. Mom.

Photo Credit: Yankee Magazine. Mount Monadnock is a beautiful mountain that I have a lot of personal history with. Very, very bad field trips. I’d love to, some day, hike it with maybe one or two other people, and make it to the summit peacefully and leisurely.  Some day…

Every Columbus Day weekend, there is a celebration of food in the Nation’s Capital. People from around the city and surrounding region descend onto Federal Triangle to sample food from the best restaurants in the city, tasting samples from food from every corner of the culinary experience. The air is crisp with the fullness of autumn, filled with smoke and spices. The crowds are eager, hungry, and happy—excited to be spending an autumn weekend out, especially as Congress, the Supreme Court, and other entities are fully back into the swing of work. It is a time to celebrate one of…

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One comment on “Quiet Thoughts: The Mountains We Choose to Move (or the Mountains That Choose Us to Move Them)

  1. K.C. Wise says:

    Thank you for the re-blog! I really appreciate it! And thank you for reading my little blog. I appreciate your support!!

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