The last of my cold country photography. Onto warmth once again!
Snowy Sunday… Monday
Idaho snow and mental health woe. These are a few of my least favorite things!
Moody Sunday: Is selflessness the final stage of recovery?
I've been thinking a lot about selflessness lately. Is this the missing piece?
Trinidad style eggrolls, water coconuts, rain, rain, oh and more rain
Just a little bit about living in Trinidad.
Moody Monday: Back to black, social anxiety vs narcissism
It's been nice taking a break from mental health for a little while. I've long been obsessed with the topic, especially after being diagnosed with borderline personality disorder in 2012. Beyond that, psychology is simply fascinating isn't it? Why do we silly humans do some of the stuff we do--at times amazing, at times deplorable.
Celebrating Divali in Trinidad
I arrived back in Trinidad in time to experience what Divali during the time of COVID is like here. In Trinidad Diwali often gets spelled with a 'v' instead of a 'w'. Considering that it's derived from the Sanskrit word dipavali, one could argue that the 'v' spelling is more correct...
Driving in Trinidad, lovely hibiscus, and other tidbits
I can't go anywhere and not keep an eye out for beautiful flowers. Trinidad is teeming with them but stopping to take a few photos isn't always easy.
Essential change and The Sunstone Journal
The importance of change and movement and why I decided on the name sunstone as my new blog name.
“Just like America,” they said
Since landing in Trinidad I hear such phrases often. Journeying out from the airport for the first time my on-again fiancé Andy and his neighbor friend Robert, who came along to do the driving, pointed out such things as Kentucky Fried Chicken, Starbucks, Pizza Hut, and Smoothie King--funny how such staples help define America outside … Continue reading “Just like America,” they said
Moody Monday: Do bloggers tend to be introverts?
Is there a connection between blogging and being an introvert?