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🏕 Adventures with 3 boys 📍AK 📚 Book feature every Wednesday 📸 Bringing nature’s beauty to your feed ⬇️ Click to upgrade your walls too 🌄

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A super bright moon and cloudy skies didn’t make for the best viewing conditions, but I did manage to get a few shots in before it completely clouded over. Here’s to more aurora chasing in 2023! 🌌

I’m back! The holiday season is always super busy around here. With two December birthdays, family visits, a joint birthday party, and Christmas magic to make happen, editing and posting my personal work here had to take a backseat. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ But I’ve got loads of shots that I’m super excited to share with you, like this moose closeup I took right in my front yard! Stay tuned because Alaska life is wild and we’ve got a big year planned. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Also: if you’re here for #bookwormwednesday, it’s moved to stories only for 2023. They’ll be saved by the month in highlights if you miss any!

Merry Christmas!! 🎄🎅🏻

We’re running out of places to put it! ❄️❄️❄️❄️

📖 “A warrior believes in an end she can’t see and fights for it. A warrior never gives up. A warrior fights for those weaker than herself. It sounds like motherhood to me.” —Kristin Hannah, The Four Winds 📚 After being shunned and outcast from her own family, Elsa Martinelli works tirelessly to create a better life for her two children at her in-law’s Texas panhandle farm… until the Great Depression upends life as they know it. A heartbreaking story filled with hardship and loss, but also the unwavering determination of a mother who finally finds her voice. 💬 Have you read The Four Winds? I’d love to hear what you thought in the comments! My review is live in stories and my Book Shelf highlight now.

Meika is the best model in our family, hands down.

Anyone else going to try to catch the lunar eclipse? Right now it’s looking like we’re going to have cloudy skies but I’ve got my fingers crossed and my tripod ready!

All he wants for his birthday is a Tennessee Vols win!! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ So badly, in fact, that he hauled our flag to the top of a mountain in 45mph winds with a -25F wind chill to get a photo of the Rocky Top flag over the biggest rocky top, Denali. 🗻🍊 Go Big Orange, we’re rooting for you from Alaska!!!

I love my boys, but… oh my god.

📖 “Listen to me. Love yourself. That’s the greatest adventure. When you love yourself, you want to find your purpose, something only you can do in the way only you can do it. Make things. Create. And if a man comes along—and believe me, he will—the relationship is already off to a good start because both of you love the same person. You. Lucky him.” —Adriana Trigiani, The Good Left Undone 📚 Historical fiction spanning multiple generations of the Cabrelli family. The main storyline follows spirited great grandmother, Domenica, and her love of the small coastal town of Viareggio where grows up to become a nurse. On the brink of World War II, Domenica is sent away as punishment for providing family planning advice under catholic law. Through the war, she works in convent hospitals in Marseille and Scotland, facing the hardships of war, lost love, and harsh treatment for her identity as an Italian. When the war is over she returns to her beloved town with her daughter, Matelda. Present day, her daughter knows her time is short as she imparts wisdom, stories and family heirlooms to both her daughter and granddaughter. 💬 Have you read The Good Left Undone? I’d love to hear what you thought in the comments! My review is live in stories and my Book Shelf highlight now.

It’s soup season!! One of my family’s favorite soup recipes is this Chicken Tortellini Soup served with warm rolls. 😋 Find the recipe below, and explore the hashtag #souploop2022 for more delicious soup recipes to try all season long! Chicken Tortellini Soup 2 Tbsp butter 1/2 onion, minced 2 stalks celery, minced 2 C baby carrots, sliced 1-2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tsp Italian seasoning 2 cartons chicken broth 2 C cooked chicken 1 bag frozen cheese tortellini Salt & pepper to taste Melt butter in a large pot, sautée onion until translucent Add garlic, celery, and carrots and cook a few more minutes Mix in chicken, Italian seasoning and chicken broth. Bring to a boil Pour frozen tortellini into soup, boil until they float

📖 “To escape the will of the Kings, they fled into the far reaches of the Wilderwood. They pledged that were the forest to offer them shelter, they would give all they had for as long as their line continued, let it grow within their bones, and offer it succor. This they pledged through blood, willingly given, their sacrifice and bond… Upon the the tree where they made their pledge, these words appeared, and I have saved the bark on which it is written: The First Daughter is for the throne. The Second Daughter is for the Wolf. And the Wolves are for the Wilderwood.” —Hannah Whitten, For the Wolf 📚 We meet Redarys on the eve of her twentieth birthday, just before she is sacrificed by her kingdom to the Wolf of the Wilderwood. As the second daughter of the queen, her fate has been secured since she was born as part of a centuries-old bargain to keep the monsters of the Shadowlands locked away. It has been over 100 years since the last sacrifice, and though Redarys doesn’t believe the old legends, she accepts her fate and crosses into the Wilderwood, a bloodthirsty forest in eternal twilight. Instead of the certain death that she expects, she finds a moss covered stone castle, the Wolf who is really a man, and the truth behind the old legends. 💬 Have you read For the Wolf? I’d love to hear what you thought in the comments! My review is live in stories and my Book Shelf highlight now.

When the sun’s out, we make the time. ☀️ It helps that we don’t have to travel very far!

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