Category Archives: Little Adventures

A bit about my little adventures

What State am I in, and What is the Speed Limit? – A memoir, by me.

On August 9th, I picked up my packed belongings, a gerbil, and a box for my grandmother, and set out on a very long, sometimes tedious, journey. I left my home in Denver, and also my cat which I’ll elaborate … Continue reading

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Adventures as an Educator

A few days ago, I reblogged a post from MotherOcean entitled Why Being an Aquarist is the Most Awesome Job You Have Never Heard Of. It eloquently explains what an aquarist is (someone who takes care of fish, basically), and what … Continue reading

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I hope this summer goes by as fast as the spring did!

Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to do much adventuring, aside from daily life. This time of year is incredibly busy for cultural institutions across the country because basically every school wants to cram all their field trips into the last … Continue reading

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Two Days in Louisiana – The Big Not-So-Easy

First of all, I would like to apologize to my friends who were kind enough to accompany me on this adventure. Why am I apologizing? Because I’m an adventure-holic travel zombie who tries to squeeze a lot of activities into … Continue reading

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SouthFest part 2: Florida

Well, now that this post is nearly 2 months old, I figure – No time like the present! to post it. Previously: https://murasakiokapi.wordpress.com/2014/11/16/southfest-part-1-georgia/ At this point, I can’t remember everything I did, but I’ll explain the pictures anyway. So that was … Continue reading

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SouthFest part 1: Georgia

Last week, I was very fortunate to be able to make a (too) quick trip to Georgia to visit a friend.  I would have visited him even if he lived somewhere terrible, but this had the added bonus of adventure-appeal. … Continue reading

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The Art of In-Between

I look at my daily, routine life as a series of small, incremental every-day adventures that pile up between bigger, more deliberate adventures.  I enjoy my daily life, but it’s really all about the special moments.  This week, I enjoyed … Continue reading

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