Last weekend I learned how much I love my hometown and where I am from.
I grew up in the beautiful country of southeastern Utah. I am from a small town near the four corners.
Southern Utah is a beautiful country with a rich Native American history. While we were there, my husband and I went with my dad to visit some of the local archaeological sites of Anasazi ruins.
I was stunned by the beauty of the land around us as we hiked to the ruin. The canyon was serene and the ground was damp with fresh rain.
If you examine the picture above, pay special attention to the rocks above the ruin. This specific ruin is named House of Fire. Does it look like it is on fire to you?
Living up here in Provo has been a blessing for me in my life and sometimes, I get caught up in the moment. After returning home, I realized that is important to be proud of my upbringing and background. Going back to the roots can be refreshing for those who feel weighed down by the worries of life.
We have plans to return to southeastern Utah soon and enjoy the pleasantries and wonders that are waiting for us there.