1. Libby Foster says:

    Beth-I am so excited to read your blog! Your writings are wonderful. Love-Libby

  2. Jote says:

    Beth! It’s about damn time. I’m so happy that you started this. 🙂


  3. Mom says:

    Such good stuff…so exciting. Can’t wait to read more!

    • Beth says:

      Thanks, Mom! I Look forward to all the writing! You’ve had such a profound influence on my life through the years. There is no way to thank you enough.

  4. Lara Kingshipp says:

    You are incredible. I am so proud of you. What an accomplishment. I’m giddy to see what will become of this. much love to you big sister.

  5. erica says:

    CONGRATULATIONS Beth! Your site looks awesome, your picture up top is gorgeous, and I am soo excited to read more.

  6. Rhonda says:

    BETH!! I stumbled upon your blog after clicking on Carson’s pin on Pinterest……your fairy pagoda. : ) I am really excited about the future of this blog! I see collective consciousness at work already. YES!

  7. Marsha Fritz says:

    Hi Beth, I have been reading your blogs and always find your writing thought provoking and fun. It is fun for me to see what is happening in your life and in your heart. I give you and Hunter lots of credit for stepping out in the world and grabbing life on your own terms. Love you always, Marsha

  8. Jenny says:

    I found your blog through a post you wrote on mothering.com. Just read through all your blog posts tonight, all the way back to this first one. Great writing, I can really relate to a lot of your thoughts about life, injustice, the rapid pace of things, the redundancy of so much stuff, etc. Love your photos too. Very inspiring (ha, but not in that guilt and inadequacy inducing kind of way. Much more in the supportive and gently encouraging kind of way).

  9. Marci says:

    I found your photos on Pinterest and feel in love with you blog. What fun to find your very first post!


  10. Kel says:

    Every word is …. I cannot find the word to describe it, but it’s a combination of raw finesse, inspiringly open, and relievingly resonant… to name a few.

    You started this beautiful blog while I was living in Mexico, just married and pregnant to a stranger who I’d fallen madly in love with, departing for a three-month-long honeymoon in South America.

    Fast forward 3.5 years: a second beautiful child, a -sigh- “challenging” marriage, reverse cultureshock and, come to think of it, motherhood shock, I’m discovering your words now for a reason. I need them.

    I apologise in advance should I become your “swim fan” !! You have nothing to fear, I promise. Just, thank you for doing this. I cannot wait for your book.

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