Saddling Back Up


I was horrified to see that it’s been well over a month since I last blogged.

For the past few months (twelve weeks to be exact) I have been working as a coordinator for a holiday gift collection for underprivileged kids at a local nonprofit. Additionally, I have been continuing to work at a local nonprofit land trust; something I have been doing since June.  Things have been busy to say the least; particularly these last two weeks, which were the final two weeks of the gift collection.

So now my position as a holiday gift collection coordinator has come to an end, and in turn, another chapter of my life has as well. I will still be working at the land trust, but I am now ready to find something new and compelling to fill the remaining time in my work weeks. For the first time in a while, I am very excited about life and what the next chapter of my life has in store for me.

Now that I will not have as much going on (at least for the next few weeks) I hope to get back into a consistent blogging routine. Naturally I have some pictures to share; however, most of them are rather autumnal and therefore, completely inappropriate this time of year, but I will share them nevertheless.

Norton Simon Museum


The Norton Simon Museum, formerly the Pasadena Art Museum, is an art museum consisting of the private collection of Norton Simon, as well as works from the collection of the Pasadena Art Museum. Throughout the year roughly 1,000 works from the permanent collection of 12,000 objects are exhibited in the museum’s galleries and sculpture garden.

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