This site is a lot of things. It’s therapy. It’s a passion for bouldering and rock climbing. It’s a beginner’s path to enlightenment (or the light at the end of the tunnel…wait…is that a train?!?!). Mainly, it is a collection of humor, good days, bad days, probably some uglies, and my life in general as a sport climber and boulderer, with my ultimate goal being to become a true alpinist. And yes, boulderer is a word. So please enjoy!!!
This weekend, I got a huge dose of positivity and hope from watching and participating in the 190th Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on both Saturday and Sunday. It was a special year for the Church as it was, but COVID-19 made it even more memorable, as no … Continue reading Worldwide Fast and 190th General Conference of The Church
Getting swabbed for COVID-19 was not a fun process. The swab had to be inserted up through my nostril, through the sinus, and swab the nasopharyngeal space where your throat meets your sinus cavity. In other words, it made me cry. However, the test only took three days instead of five days to yield results, … Continue reading Tested negative for COVID-19
For anyone who has ever been “a listening ear” for a friend, coworker, client, or even a stranger, you may or may not have found yourself listening and/or communicating the way you would have liked to. Furthermore, the experience may have left you stuck with your own questions about how to solve a particular problem … Continue reading The Skilled Helper by Gerard Egan and Jeff Reese
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held a worldwide fast today for healing, both physical and spiritual. President Russell M. Nelson, the Prophet, invited all faiths to join in fasting two days ago. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we still have faith. We still have a chance to be better. We … Continue reading Worldwide fast for healing today