Nature Love

There is something absolutely magical about being in nature. The soft wind across your face. The trees swaying to the wind. The sun kissing your cheek. The birds singing sweet melodies.

In any season, you can choose to find beauty and magic. Right now in Wisconsin, it is winter. It has been quite a different style of winter. Saturday was almost 50° and sunny, yesterday was windy, cloudy and cold and hardly any snow. Recently, I have been spending quite a bit of time outside. There is something about the cold that feels so exciting. Bubbling up and going for a walk is so fun. What do you enjoy doing outside in January.

This past Friday and Saturday, I explored my grandparents farm. Looking at different views of the farm that I may have not noticed as a child. Walking into the barn, it brought up so many memories. Chasing the pigs to the other end of the barn, sitting on the front porch wishing and dreaming of running a B&B some day, swinging from the willow trees {that unfortunately fell down years ago}. Saturday I took my boys there to explore as well and share my memories with them. Oh what a joy it was to see their faces light up.


The beauty that lies there makes my heart swell with so much love and gratitude. I was able to capture some amazing shots of the nature that encompasses the farm.


On Sunday, yesterday, I took a trip to Hok-Si-La campground in Lake City with some friends. Again a beautiful day in nature. We hugged some trees, stood in silence and listened to what nature had to say. We found this energy vortex {I think that’s what it was} between 3 trees. We joined together between these 3 trees and all started moving. The energy was incredible. Each of us took a turn in the vortex and it was so moving, literally and energetically. We also took a walk along Lake Pepin, where we collected stones and were welcomed by Great Eagle Spirit {3 of them to be exact}. The energy there was simply amazing. If you get a chance, go check it out!


My suggestion to you, find time to get out and about in Nature. Take in the beauty that Mother Earth has to offer. What do you see? What do you hear? What do you feel? While in nature, make sure to pause. Pause long enough to take it all in, I promise you will be moved in ways you may not have experienced before.

I’d love to hear from you. Send me some photos of you enjoying nature and our beautiful Mother Earth.