The spring was beautiful from above while standing on the overlooking dock; but once our masks hit the glassy surface of the water, ‘beautiful’ wasn’t quite the word. I still can’t think of a suitable expression for what I experienced below in that crystal water. Although the wildlife within the spring was simple and scarce, it was eye opening and one of the most unparalleled adventures i had been on during our trip.
I had leaped into the ocean from the boats rooftop, but had not gone as far as to dive into it’s depths. after my experience in the springs, I think I speak for both my sister and myself, I can’t imagine NOT diving down into something so great and full of life as the ocean….But that is another adventure for a different day. ;)
now that the holidays are officially over and things are beginning to fall back into routine, i was able to clean up around my bedroom.
1. things had gathered and stacked up on top of each other, providing perfect places for dust to gather. so i just had to finally get myself together and straighten thing out.
2. an aluminum bin makes the prefect organizer for all my lose ends.
3. i received this useful rosebud salve from a friend this christmas. i love it! it has so many uses and its aroma is so fresh. clicking the image will bring you to anthropologies website where you can purchase this handy little cosmetic. ✧☽
4. loving my grizzly bear! im so thrilled with how everything turned out. i love the simplicity combined with all the stellar details of this setup.
bulgarian yogurt, flaxseed, and blueberries