I feel like I am finally awakening from my summer cocoon - my warm, self indulgent, soul growing, happy place. Shedding the moments that helped me redefine life, so I can happily move forward with an able-bodied and brave attitude.
Maine was a beautiful and trying 9 weeks.
Burning Man was an adventure of dusty bike riding madness.
And while I calmly hop from one stone to the next, I don't seem to be staying grounded for too long. In just a few short weeks I will be sipping tea with family, nestled in-between the mediterranean sea and a mountain I used to call home. I am ready for the red rock pathways, the cold marble underneath my feet, and the jasmine breezes that roll over your limbs gently, while you remember what life is about. I am ready for Israel.
Until then, here are some favorite images from the adventures I have had!
|Just another beautiful sunrise at Camp Laurel in Maine.|
|And a sunset to remember.|
|At the top of Mt. Katahdin|
|Mt. Katahdin Peace Pile|
|Erica and Julianne, my amazing camp friends.|
|The part of me I left on the Temple floor at Burning Man|
|One of the Temple's towers at Burning Man|
|The inside of the Temple - Up and Down|
|One of my favorite art pieces at Burning Man|
|At center camp - a burner baby with the statue baby|
|Brooks and I inhaling the dust|
|Nothing like a nudie bike ride in the morning!!|
|Another favorite art piece|
|And a self portrait I took while putzing around the house.|