Our friends came to visit for two weeks! So of course we had to take them to see Zion. I love homeschooling for a million reasons, being able to travel at will is one of them!
Diving again. Given that this is how we spent most of this trip… figured I should share some photos from the car 🙂
Eating on the road can be challenging too, as a gluten-free family. It was nice to find this Gluten-Free Cafe in Baton Rouge
After much backroads driving, we finally found one! It’s a little hard to see, but that there be a real Louisiana gator.
So many friends, so much good work.
Sometime I sit in awe of the amazing friends I’ve collected over the years. This is Brenda not only has she brought two of my favorite people into this world, she also happens to be a talented muralist.
The joy of finally eating at Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe is great! These are truly some of the best people on earth. Vimala and her family are generous and tirelessly work for social justice.
It nourished my body and my soul to spend time with these lovely friends again.
It’s amazing how much I missed North Carolina. Mike says it’s his favorite place so far. We had to leave Duncan and his lovely family. Now we are sitting at Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe (our new favorite place) Vimala is the mother of my dear highschool besty Manju. I was so blessed to know these beautiful people and to eat Vimala’s wonderful food. At the time she vunteered her wonderful talent to feeding people in need, now she owns a lovely Indian cafe and still feeds everyone regardless of their ability to pay. How did I stay away so long!