An Ode to Corona

POV of a homeless millennial I'm not going to lie, I like to consider myself an intellect, but I studied kinesiology and had to google what an ode was. I'm also very stubborn and I'm going to call this an ode even though that's incorrect. Oh, Corona, I stare you square in the eye as …

Shelby, Daughter of Stoke and Bringer of Laughter!

Recently, I’ve found myself reading a lot of Norse mythology. That’s a normal thing most young 25-year-old women spend their nights reading right? I’ve been watering my daily thoughts with harrowing war tales and down right metal creation stories. I’m also very bad at keeping things to myself, so of course those thoughts oozed out …

Airport Olympics

Start out with 100 points. DQ= Disqualified. Check in - 5 points deducted if you have to check a bag. (Unless that bag contains the following: skis, surfboards, climbing or slack lining gear, a horse mask, or camera equipment.) - 5 points deducted if you don’t have a tag with your information on said checked …

True Story

"I swear they're bigger!" I exclaim to Kevin with half a sandwich in my mouth, then again while on the gondola, then again while hiking and finally once more before we fell asleep. I would not accept that these purple, snow capped rockies in our younger brother of a country (Canada) were the same size …

“Strangers”

I have a controversial opinion: I LOVE people!  Extrovert? I don’t know you tell me. (Stay tuned for the next blog) Below I’ve compiled a few short stories of the amazing humans I’ve connected with since being on the road. Some are short and easy, while others are longer and more intimate. I’ve broken them …