Sitting Butt Falls

Sunday. 7:43 a.m. My eyes shoot open and I quickly fall into a panic. Four updates from CNN and The New York Times. They’re all about Trump. One reply from Snapchat. Four messages from Instagram. Three unread text messages. I was supposed to meet the girls at 7 a.m. Message one. Jackie: “So we’re going … More Sitting Butt Falls


If you think Walt Disney World is magical, think again. There’s something in the air in Mexico City. There’s electricity in it. Pride that swirls around each and every person. Everyone is on a mission. Doing their thing and giving it 112%. I had no idea what I was walking into. Usually I’ll do at … More CDMX

Los Santuarios

If you know me well, you know how much I love architecture. But this. This was on an entirely different level. While venturing outside the city, each tour involved a visit to a nearby church.  Now, I’m not a religious guy, but they were truly breathtaking. Awe-inspiring. And heartbreaking, especially when the guide tells you … More Los Santuarios

Outside The City

While in Mexico City, we were hardly in Mexico City. Most days were spent on tour buses, traveling to the nearby lands of the places you’ll see below. Places where fairytales are born. Small, quaint Mexican towns teeming with stories and legends of happiness and dread. It felt surreal. Like being on a movie set. … More Outside The City

Rocky Point

It’s been a few weeks and I’m still in beach mode. It’s been hard to shake, and to be honest, do I really want it to go away? Yes, moving at a glacial pace seems exciting and all but here I am, blogging about the trip weeks later. But it was seriously the most relaxing … More Rocky Point

Snowpocalypse 2k15

Today, I wore t-shirts and sweaters out. Three weeks ago, the entire city was covered in a layer of snow deeper than I’ve ever seen in my 25 years of living in El Paso. I crept through the neighborhood the night it started snowing to document the phenomenon we rarely see. It was different kind … More Snowpocalypse 2k15