I know I’m absolutely late, but I’ll be talking about my spring break ‘12 vacation. We road-tripped to north-central states, and to me it was quite life-changing. It wasn’t a wonderful trip; most of the time, we were cramped up in a little SUV. But being able to explore the country I live in, mile by mile, was amazing. Although there was just about nothing but dead grass and trees where we drove, it spoke a lot to me. What will the grass and trees turn into in the near future? To be honest, I don’t want anything to be done with it. I hope that it all can stay the same.
This picture was taken in Wyoming; it was one of the most enjoyable, scenic views I have ever experienced in my entire life. Witnessing God’s creativity let me know that he can take care of me. If he can make such a spot like this, he can make me a great life. I’m ready for whatever’s coming my way because he’s here for me.
For some reason, I absolutely love this photo. Ron, one of my closest friends, snapped quite a few pictures during our field trip today, including this one. The awkwardness of my hand makes it look interesting, and the fact that my head is turned back may make a person think, “what in the world is she looking at?” I also like the fact that this photo isn’t focused, which adds to the awkwardness. And awkward describes me. Staring at the picture, I’m even wondering what I was staring at…
But anyways, today was an exquisite day. I had fun witnessing the different pieces of art. The first place we went to was a huge room with four different tapestries on each wall. Our tour guide pointed out so many things I would never see on my own. I wish I was able to take photos, but unfortunately, we weren’t even able to take cameras and phones into the museum… Even our tour guide said that the guards in each room were crazy.
Truthfully, if I lived here, I would feel so blessed to witness such a beautiful creation; I could just step outside and look at the magnificent plateau directly in front of me.
I took this during a family road-trip to Las Vegas and California; there were so many different rock formations and mountains. I noticed a few plateaus during the trip as well. All the different sights were unimaginable. Someday, I hope to go back and take my time, passing through almost everything I saw. This is one of the rare ‘good’ pictures I took; the car was moving to fast, and I couldn’t just ask my parents to stop the car in the middle of the interstate.
We went walking after a stop at The Coffee Bean. (:
My dad told me this is Channel Islands.
I am kind of late, but I miss going to The Beach.
Agh, Oxnard, I miss you. </3
I took this a while back…