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Sunira

  • Life

    Today I bought a Keyboard

    I’ve wanted to learn how to play the piano for as long as I can remember. The feeling swells within me as I’m writing code and listening to my favorite soundtracks in…

  • Photography, Travel

    Colorado National Monument

    After spending a day or so at Maroon Bells, we headed west towards the border of Utah – to see the sights around Grand Junction.  The landscape slowly turned from evergreens and…

  • Books

    The Mistborn Trilogy

    Easily my favorite fantasy trilogy, Mistborn was a series that took me a few false starts to really get into it. When I finally did it was like an old friend to…

  • Photography

    Maroon Bells

    Driving through the Elk mountains in Colorado is a stunning experience. Rows and groves of pale, spindly aspens paired with pines line the road to Maroon Bells.…

  • Photography, Travel

    Colorado I-70 West

    It’s hard to believe a month has passed already since we were exploring Colorado’s landscape. Colorado’s outdoorsy good looks starts as soon as you leave Denver and go West.  The following section…

  • Life

    33 Things

    I turned 33 today – and I was inspired to write 33 sentences – things I’ve learned that are true for me – things I want to remember and apply as I…

  • Photography, Travel

    Hot Air Balloon Ride

    We checked off a bucket list item in Colorado: the hot air balloon!  We got up super early on our first night back in Denver towards the end of the trip and…

  • Photography

    Denver Botanic Gardens

    On our last day in Denver we hit up the botanic gardens.  The design behind the gardens is very color-centric with large gardens of flowers in similar hues, with the hues changing…

  • Photography, Travel

    USAF Academy Cadet Chapel

    Architecture is one of the sweetest highlights of every trip we take.  This trip we decided to visit the Air Force Cadet Chapel in Colorado Springs.  It’s pretty striking from the outside…