Hi Dreamers! First off I would like to say I’m sorry. I promised this travel series three months ago when I got back from Florida and I’m just sitting down to do it now. The problem is I kind of have an unspoken blog schedule and Fridays and Saturdays are […]
Merry Christmas! It’s the last day of blogmas, but don’t worry I have a few more December posts going up. When you’re reading this I will be on vacation until January 3rd so please follow the blog here on Wordpress because I won’t be promoting much on social media from the pool!
Today, since I’ve talked about historical Christmas, my own traditions, and my Yule traditions, I thought I’d take a day to tell you all what this all means to me. Why is Christmas special to me? I’ve been thinking about it a lot this year being in a new place and having new traditions, both from my future in-laws and ones that Josie and I created together. I felt more Christmas spirit this past year than I have in a while and I think that’s because I’ve really taken a moment to ask myself which traditions mean more to me and which can change.
Hi dreamers! Sorry for missing my post yesterday, I needed a mental health day before we left on our trip. In fact! That’s what today’s post is about, this year’s Christmas! So as some of you might know my girlfriend, Josie grew up in Florida before moving up here to […]
I’ve talked about some Christmas traditions I’ve learned about this year and briefly about things that are important to me at the holidays, but I think it’s time to tell you all about my Christmas traditions from my childhood.
I started collecting snowglobes freshman year of high school because they felt like magic in my hand. I had gone through a lot of mental health and chronic illness issues that year and snowglobes were this simple thing that just made me smile. So here is my collection over the past eight years (minus 3 that got broken when I moved.)