I’ve kept a blog relatively religiously for the past five years and then, a couple months ago, I just stopped. There was no real reason behind stopping–I just did. A hiatus, if you will, and apparently a semi-permanent one.
Out of nowhere today, though, I got a little bit of an itch to post something. Actually, it wasn’t really out of nowhere. It was more like a nagging itch that’s been occurring throughout the hiatus and it got to the point where I was like, FINE FINE FINE BLOG GUILT. YOU WIN. I’LL POST SOMETHING. GEEZ. SHUT UP. So I went through the precious few photos taken during this hiatus, determined I’ve turned into the laziest hobby photographer ever, and watched the blog guilt doubled.
Thanks a lot, blog.
(On the plus side, the hiatus gave me the opportunity to use the blog title above, which I’m a little overly proud of.)
So here are some photos from a hike-walk-camping thing with Dustin in Bienville National Forest back in March.
Getting our hike-walk on.
On a side-not-so-side note, during my hiatus, my tennis shoes approached Lawn Mowing Status. Lawn Mowing Status is when my good tennis shoes become my lawn mowing tennis shoes and I drag myself to the shoe store to get a new pair. Usually these shoe store trips happen about six months after they should have happened. Since I tend to delay things like buying new shoes, perhaps one might think I take extra good care of my shoes.
So there I was, wandering through Bienville National Forest in some new-ish shoes, when I tried to clear a creek, landed in the mud and lost my shoe. I tie my shoes pretty tightly, so I was really impressed.
Through My Headphones
*Out Go The Lights -Spoon