Granada was the second stop on the extension of our trip to Spain. The highlight be far was the Alhambra, but just as incredible was the Cathedral, and Tea Street District. Granada was by far the town where you can feel the mix of different cultures, which was truly great to witness. Not to mention, … Continue reading Gorc Meets Granada | Photo Gallery
The highlight of Sevilla was by far its beautiful cathedral - which is supposedly the world's largest gothic cathedral, and where Christopher Columbus is entombed. But the city had some incredible parks and bright colors that made it one of my favorite cities. The Plaza de Espana and Torre del Oro were awesome sights, too. … Continue reading Gorc Meets Sevilla | Photo Gallery
The Camino pilgrimage took a group of fifteen strangers through the countryside of northern Spain from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. The 100+ kilometer journey was one set with intention, regular reflection and the change to step out of the daily routine and be on God's time with thousands of other pilgrims from around the … Continue reading Gorc Meets the El Camino Pilgrimage | Photo Gallery
There is a natural ebb and flow to relationships. Whether that are romantic, familial, platonic or professional, relationships have moments where they are strong and vibrant, but also where their dynamics fade from the erosion of time, distance and changing circumstance. Relationships are often given the context based on the hard starts and stops of … Continue reading Ebb & Flow
The power of little act of kindness can have a ripple effect to literally in small and big ways change the lives of others. Never underestimate the power of little acts, as those moments can be enough to inspire, to change, to smile – and that, my friends, is pretty incredible.
When I started reflecting on the year we are wrapping up, I began to think of everything big and exciting that happened. Then came the let down as the more and more I reflected there were no magnificent, awe-inspiring adventures. There were no changes professionally. There were no big changes be it additions to family … Continue reading 2018: The Year To Get Back To Basics
The 17th of each month marks another month that my best friend is no longer here. But I don't normally look at the 17th as any different as the 16th, or the 18th, or the 2nd or the 28th. They are all days without him. I have learned over the nearly two and half years … Continue reading 822 Days
The past several weeks, I have been in in a pseudo stage of writer's block – feeling uninspired and unmotivated to dedicate the time to the passion I love. Then one day, when scrolling through news on Twitter and checking what was trending, I noticed the hashtag #WhyIWrite. It was in honor of October 20 … Continue reading Why I Write