Hello and welcome! My name is Lydia vonderLuft and I am a reformed Christian girl living in the beautiful state of Washington.
A little about me...
I praise God, drink tea, study, work as a doula, ride, play the piano, teach art lessons, laugh at myself, sew clothes, burn designs into wood, run, milk goats, shop thrift-stores, workout, eat salad, do the happy dance, hug my littlest sister, wash dishes, sing randomly, do cartwheels, bake bread, love mangos, and enjoy life. =)
I am currently studying to become certified as a Doula and am potentially interested in pursuing becoming a Certified Professional Midwife.
"He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?" (Micah 6:8)
I am a cyclist who loves to perform well (who doesn't?) on long rides. I'm also a bit of a health nut. That's why I support Hammer Nutrition--they provide energy food that tastes delicious, doesn't have any bad additives, and will give you the power you need to hammer through your next century! Use the number 183710 to get 15% off your first order.
On Saturday, Daniel, Galena, and I (along with many others) rode around Clark County. We did a 100 mile loop and all-in-all we felt great and had a great ride. We did get some rain showers up in Cedar Creek but most of the day was thankfully rain-free. However, we still ended up getting pretty wet when we rode down the flooded Salmon Creek trail which had 2 ft deep of standing water in places. After the water, we finished the experience with a trek through the mud…our bikes (not to mention we) were quite a sight by the time we were done. For the record, before this happenstance, our average was about 17. It was considerably lower afterwards… ;-)
The day ended well with showers and smoothies (made by Galena—who could seriously start selling recipes to Jamba Juice).