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Say Thank You It Will Suffice

This morning I sit in my sacred space gazing out at mountains with fresh snow on the Olympics. It is the first of the season and unlike the deluge that has covered much of the midwest and northeastern U.S. it is also a welcome sight. So I sit with gratitude for the changing of the seasons, […]

The Price Tag for a Night

An uneven, broken concrete boardwalk. On one side is a white beach and dark ocean, illuminated only by the occasional flash of lightning. On the other side is a brightly lit medley of bars, restaurants, and tattoo shops. The night is full of the music blaring from bars, tourists chatting with locals, and roaming vendors peddling their wares. Then, at exactly 8:30 pm, the atmosphere changes. The music switches beats as fire dancers begin to line the beach. They light up the sky with spinning fa

Swazi

Sanibonani! Hello from Swaziland, everyone! It has been over 3 weeks since I have written ya’ll, for that I am sorry. We have our most limited internet access on the race this month here in Swazi, so please bear with me as I catch ya’ll up on my latest happenings on the race! J At the end of October we made the 3 day journey from Phenom Phen, Cambodia all the way over to the continent of Africa in the bush village of Nsoko, Swaziland. Our 3 days of travel was fun, relaxing, and yet