the ride of my life... bike ride that is. In my quest to find a healthier me, I've dusted my bike off and explored the springtime beauty of the little paradise in my front yard. Today I combined two of my passions: spinning the fat off my thighs and capturing the wonder of nature on (digital) film. I found more than I could have ever imagined.
I found that a best friend doesn't have to breathe oxygen to breathe life into you. Sometimes a best friend takes you on the ride of your life when you least expect it.
I found these little beauties just about ready to pop and ooze the sweetest flavor of the South. And I found myself ready to savor every last drop of my childhood.
I found myself admiring my favorite little bench that has carried me through my first year of marriage, my first year in seven years without Nick, my first deployment, my first year becoming a nurse, and my first year of challenges and sacrifices as an Army wife.
I found that the simplest things in life are often the things that bring the biggest smile to your face and the calmest feelings in your heart.
I found that even with my husband gone, my family seven hours away, and challenges trying to knock me down every day, I have a lot to be grateful for.
I found that time alone and self-reflection can make life slow down just long enough to breathe and remember the little things that make life so great.
I found that sometimes a little sunshine is all you need.