Friday, April 27, 2012
Thursday, April 26, 2012
This is from the time that Meghan and I went to a random small town in Korea called Danyang that boasted its own set of 8 wonders. Meghan's favorite was the waterfall on the opposite side of the river from where we stayed that was turned on at night. That's right, someone had the job of turning on the waterfall. During the day, no waterfall. At night, disco-lit waterfall. Definitely on the same level as the pyramids. Outside of another one of the wonders (a cave) was a shotgun range. It makes complete sense.
Posted by Adam Warner at 9:46 AM
Friday, April 13, 2012
This is one of my favo(u)rite pictures of Meghan. It in a way represents her approach to most things in life -- lead the charge, full force ahead and no looking back. This was right after radiation treatment, we got out pretty far before the sun started going down and we had to turn around. She was exhausted and I had to do all the work to get us back. I really admired that, she didn't save anything in order to get back, like what is behind us is irrelevant. Just keep pushing forward.
Posted by Adam Warner at 11:47 AM
Monday, April 9, 2012
Meghan and I were watching the opening ceremonies for the Olympics and Neil Young played this song. Meghan started crying a little bit and I remember how haunting it all felt.
Posted by Adam Warner at 11:10 AM