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Queen of Trades; Travel and Photography

Hey you guys! So I have seven pieces left in my art gallery and I would appreciate anybody who purchased them. Click the link to go to my gallery and take a look at two of the pieces featured down below. These two have been in my care for quite some time so I could appreciate anybody who wants to give them a home. Thank you guys for being amazing and for helping me out when you can. It's been wonderful to have so much support and to be loved by so many. It means the world to me. 

 
 

 

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2020-07-03 16:47 by Sarah Denninger
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In T minus 7 weeks I will be leaving to head out on a journey in the United States. I'm excited and nervous and even though the world is crazy right now I know that I will get to have fun exploring, camping, and just living my life. Really that is all I want. It may only be two months but I think that it will be a wonderful two months. If you want to follow along keep an eye out for all of my posts. It will tell you about all of the adventures I am taking, the things I encounter when it comes to COVID and of course the usual with expenses and so on. 

I also will be making some more pieces before I go on my journey. Right now I have seven pieces left in my gallery and it is super exciting to think that I am almost completely sold out of all my past pieces! If you want to help me out and see what I have left click the link here to check them out! 

 

All of the purchases you make will help me on my journey. I also have a donation button if your not interested in any artwork but still want to help out in some way. I look forward to hearing from some of you and thank you all so much for your help at this time. 

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This weekend I'm moving again. To Fort Walton. It's so fun to have to repack all of the stuff that I just unpacked almost two months ago to move it again and leave in a month for the road. So fun. I'm honestly excited about all of this but I am doing my best to also support those around me. My brain thought keeps going to all of the places I'm gonna visit on this epic road trip. 

At the moment my friend and I think that Peru is canceled and the reason is that they are still under state of emergency. People are still getting sick and people are still being evacuated from the country to go back to their homelands where they should have been sent months ago. It seems that Peru is one of those places where the number is much higher than in other countries. So next August is looking like a safer bet. I am devastated by this news but I understand that this is one of those things that I cannot control. I can be mad, sad, devastated, and just plain angry but that won't reopen the borders as much as I would like it to. 

But in its stead we will be going to other places in the U.S so that we can still get the most out of our trip. I'm really excited to explore, camp, drink, and just live this wonderful life I am living. Getting away and being on the road is one of my all-time favorite things so I am still pumped for what is to come. 

If you guys want to support me there is a donation button on the right-hand side of the page. Even a few dollars helps me out. I also have eight pieces still for sale. Just click the link to go check them out and purchase one today. 

Thank you all and stay tuned for more podcasts!

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Oh lord, where has the time gone! 

I'm so sorry for not posting. We are getting ready to move after celebrating our one year anniversary which was so fun but packed with activities. For our one year anniversary, we split it all into three days. Friday we went out to eat after we climbed with our friends and we got stuffed. I would say even a little too stuffed for my taste but that's ok. Saturday we slept in a little bit but once we got moving we had a full day. First, we went to a recycled arts and crafts store and made some art pieces. Next, we went to brunch at the first watch and had some amazing food that made my stomach want to burst. Once we were done eating brunch we bought a bottle of wine at Publix and came home to change into our swimsuits for the beach where we laid in the sun for an hour and a half and just turned everything off. 

After being nice and toasted I got surprised and was taken to a paint and sip couples night! Its where a couple brings a bottle of wine and we paint a scene onto a canvas with a partner. It was stressful at first but once we got rolling it was amazing. I think it was mainly because our bottle of wine was a 13%er and it hit pretty hard. I also chose it because it was from New Zealand so I knew I was in for a doozy. 

After our full Saturday, we got up on Sunday and went to Ecofina Springs. I learned that my boyfriend does not do cold water but will do cold weather. It was actually quite amusing and I enjoyed seeing him squirm so much. After we froze in the beautiful water we went ahead and paddled down the rest of the spring and enjoyed the nature we were surrounded by. It took us almost two hours to paddle the entire thing and it was quite the workout. 

Of course that night we had some delicious homemade dessert and enjoyed Zombieland 2. By the way, the movie is actually really good for a sequel. 

And that's it. Our weekend was packed but so fun and I'm glad we got to go out and do things instead of staying home and be bored because of the virus. I'm sure we would have done something outside no matter what the circumstances were but I was happy to be able to move freely and without being stopped because of the virus itself. 

 

But now that we are all done with celebrating and craziness we can move forward and continue to make videos and get ready for my next big adventure! Stay tuned for part 2 of Colombia!

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Our Peru trip is slowly coming together. We've been figuring out our itinerary and what we are going to do for the trip. In a few days we will be booking our train to Machu Pichu, the fight to get to Cusco, and our hostel in Cusco. The first four days are going to be hectic but so worth it. I have so many things to figure out when it comes to our bags, locks, shoes, and etc. Peru seems to be one of those places where the pickpocketing is more reach then it was in Colombia. So the cautious side has been up since then. Were doing some research to see what is recommended for us and what we should be bringing in the long run. Some things I am worried about and I am unsure what to do about it but I'm still excited about this trip. 

Peru was on my list for a long time and to go there with somebody who is just as excited as me is such a treat. I hope you guys are as excited as I am to hear all the stories, advice, and thoughts about Peru and if you plan to go there then some of my experiences might help you out. 

For right now check out the videos I have on my trip to Colombia! Down below is two videos I have made in that country. One is the first of my three-part podcast about Colombia. The other is one of my little collage video of everything we did in Colombia. Check it out, watch, subscribe, and like! 

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Also click here to go to my art gallery and purchase a piece today! I'm trying to get rid of all the art pieces I can right now so that I can start fresh and downsize what I have currently. It means a lot to me that you guys continue to purchase pieces and support my travel life and art life. Thank you all so much!

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