I have a wild heart. I’ve known it forever.
As a girl, I was drawn to the fastest, highest, spinny-est rides at the carnival.
My favorite novelty at summer camp was riding the knotted rope swing out over Hagerman Lake, then letting go and free-falling into the water. At winter retreats, I always said YES to the Polar Bear Swim, running from sauna to frozen lake, then plunging into the frigid waters through an opening cut in the ice.
7 thoughts on “Take Me to a Place”
Stacy , Just finished reading about the family that lost their 2 children, So so sad , my heart goes out to them. Thank you for sharing them. I just love to read your blog. I never knew you were so good at writing , you go girl , would love to hear you speak sometime too. GOD bless you !!!Doris
Yes, the Kleikamp’s story is heart-wrenching, yet they continue putting love out into the world. Remarkable.
I am tickled that you are enjoying my blog, Doris! It is so much fun for writers to receive feedback — I hope you don’t spoil me 😉 Thank you so very much for your kind encouragement. Writing is truly my passion and calling!
I am so thankful that you have the heart of an adventurer, our life is not for the faint of heart. I am so thankful to chase after each and every wild adventure we find ourselves on, thanks for keeping your spirit and spunk. I see so much wildness in our children and I am determined to encourage all the wild rumpuses I can. Thanks for sharing your heart, great post.
Spunk and spirit’s all I know! Thanks for being such a good sport on the crazy ride 🙂 xoxo
Anyone who knows you and Chad know that life will always be an adventure.
I get it honest… 😉
Awesome. I, too, practice the teachings of Joseph Campbell.