Saturday, June 30, 2012
we're in rewind for a moment- back to a colder time and a different coast. a friend from the west coast, a friend from the east, and a couple strangers from the middle spent around 8 hours sitting in line for some much desired tickets. and yes, we would all say it was completely worth it- funny, zany (you read that correctly- zany), and endearing.
my father always said the great mormon story will never be written by a mormon. was it the great mormon story? no, but it was support for my father's words.
Posted by Anne W at 12:58 AM
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Did I tell you I moved 3,000 miles to the San Francisco bay area? Because I did...on what some would call a whim. I'm not really sure why my guts wanted to bask in the California rays but they did and now I'm here. I went exploring on Sunday afternoon and ended up on the top of the ridge that separates the peninsula from Half Moon Bay and the fog was incredible. Before I got to the top, I thought there was a fire. This photograph doesn't even do it justice. It looked like two different worlds colliding.
Greetings from Sunny Cal-i-forn-i-a!
Sunday, February 26, 2012
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
2012 seems like a good time to reflect on 2011. there's less pressure since the year's already ended. Which means no rushing the new year's resolutions or trying to figure out which lessons i learned and which ones i ignored. and most likely, i ignored a lot.
i heard the following song sometime after thanksgiving but before pearl harbor day. the first time i played it, dad was sitting on the couch next to me; both of us in silence, listening, "when you go, what you leave is a work of art, on my chest, on my heart." he was right, really. we are all master painters in our own way.
Posted by Anne W at 1:00 AM
Friday, December 2, 2011
Thursday, December 1, 2011
i took one picture my whole time in utah (sadly) but i'm glad that it was this one.
it was a short trip, both on time and notice. i didn't even make it to logan...i HATE that. ill come back to visit soon but probably not until the snow is gone (which means june).