Day one. Dave showing me crack climbing and me trying to understand how the hell I'm going to hold my body weight while wedging my hands between two rocks whilst dangling from a cliff. HAH. But if there's one top lesson I've learned thus far in life, it's to do the things that scare the crap out of you. The benefits of facing and overcoming fears are endless 🖤
After receiving thousands of votes, we are thrilled to announce that the winning design for our 2018 T-shirt is ... #RailstoTrails !
Want one? Pre-order your 2018 👕—available in gray or green—today ➤ rtc.li/2018-shirt-order! (Link in bio)
Thanks to all who voted; we can't wait to see these tees out on the trails 🏃♀️🏇⛷️🚴♂️!
Back to back calls all day vibes💪🏼
Shoutout to this month old backpack stowaway for saving this nonstop day. And thanks for y’alls love and understanding this morning! Crawling into bed with a smile on my face. I can’t wait for sleeeep!!! 😁🌙#36hourmadness#straightoutthepouchsavagery
Feeling all the feels at Jack Rowe’s retirement celebration. Jack is one of my all time favorite teachers, and someone who always managed to see me through whatever nonsense I thought I needed to put on at the time. In a place where I never quite felt like I belong, he made me feel like I was supposed to be there. Every time I saw him - in college and since - he’d ask me if I was still writing, catch me up on a director friend of his who was a fan of my work, reminisce about Mad Forest (still to this day one of the best plays I’ve ever gotten to work on). I have no words and all the words. How lucky I am to have met him.
(Shoutout to two other USC gems also pictured: @sleepinthegardn & the incomparable Brent Blair.) Missing my USC days... #fighton#uscsda#alumni#theaterkids#jackrowe#schooloftheater#almamater#actorslife#happytrails
Missing this guy a wee bit extra today. So lucky to have had a dad who valued big living, big adventures, being weird, nature, good food, lifting heavy things, and making strangers feel like friends. #BigEd#HappyTrails
Sometimes we need a humble reminder of how great our God is....and this my friends is one of those reminders. These falls are known for there yellow and copper color but from an outsiders perspective they may just seem unclean and not very appealing. God sees the beauty in you just as he sees the beauty in these falls he created, never forget that.