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I’m sure you’ve seen the hilariously poignant satirical commercial of Nature RX, prescribing a dose of Nature for those suffering from “cynicism, meaningless, and murderous rage.” And if you haven’t seen it yet…you need to watch. (scroll to the bottom of this post to see it) The best satire always strikes at the heart of a […]

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May 5, 2016

Healing Effects of Nature

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I sat there frozen in disbelief as Cody knelt down in front of me with a tiny box in-hand. Looking around the room in the busy restaurant at the people watching this happen, I said, “Are you effing serious?!” Tears immediately began streaming down my face before the moment really even sunk in. As I […]

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December 8, 2011

A Stealthy Surprise That I Didn’t See Coming

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{Random Instagram Image} Here’s a fun fact: My first blog post was published on June 26th of 2006. That means that I’ve been blogging on Wayfaring Wanderer for a little over five years now. Sheez louise, that’s a long time! When I started blogging, I had no clue as to what it was all about. […]

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November 22, 2011

Confessions of a Lazy Travel Blogger

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I must confess. This year, I was a little bummed out about not having a grand getaway planned for my birthday. You see, for the past four years or so, taking a trip for my birthday has become a tradition, but not this year. It’s mainly because October has shaped up to be a pretty […]

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October 3, 2011

My Birthday Weekend Recap | Boone, NC

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While it has most definitely warmed up here in the High Country, the weather still likes to yo-yo. Some days it’s nice enough to keep the doors open, which the kitties really like, while other days, it’s downright icy. Although not cold enough to warrant our monitor heater being turned back on. It’s been at […]

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May 4, 2011

Celebrating Spring with Shutterfly {Giveaway}

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. Chronic pain was part of my daily life for over 3 years. This was after I had major neck surgery to remedy the issues I was experiencing, which were 3 ruptured discs in my cervical vertebra. I was in the dark about what the source of this pain was for several months before finding […]

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January 31, 2011

How I Reached a Path of Happy Healing

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In a few short hours, I will be crossing the threshold of my tumultuous twenties and stepping into, what I know will be, my burgeoning thirties. Unlike many other people passing this milestone, I won’t be entering my thirties plagued by hesitation or crippled by reservations. Quite the contrary, actually. For the first time in […]

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September 29, 2010

Facing My 30’s Fearlessly!

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It has been one busy month. Not that I’m complaining because I obviously enjoy being on the go. In the past few weeks we have taken a trip to Charleston, attended the Music on the Mountaintop Festival and hung out with friends at a house on the lake for Labor Day weekend.  In between those […]

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September 9, 2010

Travel Quote: Journeys

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This is by far the longest I have been MIA from this blog. I’ve thought about blogging those excluded adventures more times than I can count, but my follow through is what was lacking; I kept finding something else to do. It seems like the longer you let it go, the easier it is to […]

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January 4, 2010

Where We Wandered: Highlights from 2009

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Well, I did it!And, truthfully, it wasn’t that bad. I practiced with Cody what I had plannedto say, but in the end, I really didn’t use the entire ‘speech’. Before the meeting Ireceived so many reassurances about my public speaking concerns because Icouldn’t help but share my anxieties. Talking about it helped me overcome myworry, […]

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June 22, 2009

Taking the Leap