Test Test

Contact Us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right. 

Washington, ME
United States


Let Your Mind Run

100 Day Project (2018)

Let Your Mind Run

Jlynn Frazier


Location: Maine to Seattle

Weather: Foggy and the twenties on the east coast (Maine) and fifties and rainy on the west coast (Seattle).

Observation: Making my way from Maine to Seattle today meant spending a lot of time sitting down and gazing out the window. So if I can’t be running or moving around much, I opted to listen to Deena Kastor’s new book Let Your Mind Run and enjoy the skyline. As I got closer to Seattle the skies darkened. Once I was back on the ground, I am welcomed by the rain. A typical spring welcome. It may be wet, but it feels warm and travels went well. Getting a chance to fly so high often provides a moment of awe. Today was another one of those times. I mean, to see the clouds and the landscape in a way that I don’t get to see everyday. Soaking in the moment to gaze out and watch the clouds shift and change with 150-200 of my best friends.