C-A-M-P-F-I-R-E S-O-N-G SONG! Every freshman and transfer student in the ASU School of Sustainability has the opportunity to go on an inspiring, community building camp at the beginning of every year called Camp SOS. The… More
As my time in Idaho has come to a close, I can’t help but be happy to be back home. It’s always nice to escape the heat and remind myself that green plants do exist but I’m so happy to be back in the swing of things.
I wanted to make this post about the last 2.5 weeks in review in the format of a photopost. Hopefully this shows you some of the beauty outside of the desert!
Scrolling back through the entirety of these nineteen years that I’ve been on planet Earth, I’ve come to the conclusion that the hype for Cinnabon is well deserved. I have the best baker in the world as my mother and even she uses a Cinnabon knock off recipe to make her highly revered cinnamon rolls. Whenever we go up to Idaho these are constantly in demand. Seeing that my mom only makes these badboys for this visit and Christmas morning, it’s absolutely essential to call dibs on the roll you want before it’s baked. [Go for the gooey middle options.]
Now that my mom has shared her favorite cinnamon rolls with the family, I wanted to share the recipe with all of you. Introducing the best way to ruin your summer body…
Another bike race…another chance to eat my way around the city. Yesssss!
Last Saturday Mom, Grace, and I headed out for downtown Boise to check out the Twilight Criterium for the second year, of course planning on a few coffee stops and the occasional Pokémon battle. This is such a fun bike race because of the jovial people, plethora of dogs, and city with tons of things to look at. Dad was definitely sore to have missed this one.
Oh potato land, I’ve missed you.
Mom, Gracie, and I were able to escape the heat this year and retreat back to our Idahoan safe place, Granny’s house. It’s been so nice to see some color in the scenery and be reminded that there are places where flowers continue to grow in the summer. We’ve been having a great time catching up with extended family by having big picnics, playing too many card games, and of course rehashing embarrassing stories of the past. Aside from lots of company, its nice to go outside in the heat of the day and look out into the endless pastures and corn fields while remaining SWEAT-FREE. (Such a feat for me if you know me…)
Yesterday Granny, G, and I took a familiar 10 minute drive from the rural farm county of Kuna into the somewhat more city-like county of Nampa. On a mission to raid the antique stores and thrift shops, we knew the only way to start was with a good cup of cold brew from the best local coffee shop, Flying M.
If you’ve known me for a while, you know that the two clothing articles that have always appealed to me are T shirts and jackets. In the last few months I’ve seen so many cute tees from all over the world wide web, namely Pinterest, that I’ve decided to compile into this short post.
Oh June–a month full of friends, traveling, productivity, and lots of sour Air Heads bites.
This month was really packed between running errands and little things that leeched away my time. It’s crazy to think that you aren’t doing that much but collectively you’ve been completely busy. June was such a good month for music! I listened to a lot of last month’s favorites as well as some new bands that I’m so excited to see at Warped Tour in August. My friend Rachel and I went to see Pierce the Veil and it was a fantastic night [I might post about this a bit later🙂 ]. Like always, I challenge you to listen to two of these bands at some point in the next week and diversify your tastes a bit.
For our Tuesday night trifecta, Mom, Grace, and I planned out a night of sandwiches to determine which chain sandwich shop reigned supreme. The contenders were some of our favorites, Jimmy John’s, Jersey Mike’s, and Firehouse Subs. To say the least, it was a great night filled with lots of bread. Continue reading “The Sandwich Tasting”