Grand Canyon is definitely not a new name for you, and having the chance to revisit after 22 years gave me another perspective. I am recently digging into some human design theories and found out I’m the precious 1% of the population that is utterly flexible, and always evolving directly with the moon.
This triggered my mental review of this trip, remembering exactly how I felt in front of the amazing nature, and being part of it.
On the road, there were beautiful colors of stones, and finally we got to the helicopter pad for our ride above the Grand Canyon.
During my previous visit, I slept through the whole plane ride (oh well, what did kids know what to do when they were sleepy?). So this time, I wanted to compensate the missing parts.
Like everyone there, I felt tiny, like a piece of dust flying in the air. Mind went blank for quite a while and you just wanted to take it all of it… but you couldn’t – because it’s too big a thing to keep within the ant-sized body.
And that’s the shadow of our helicopter… looking like Nemo.
Touched down, standing at the edge of a tiny spot of the canyon.
I could sit here for hours, talking to the moon.
Sunsets don’t mean the end. They are the prelude of new beginnings. Even if it is the finale, embrace the beauty and take the best out of it.
Top by Grana
Jeans by Rag & Bone
Bag by GLUSH/
Location at Grand Canyon
As a daughter of an entrepreneur and being one herself, Grace has lived and learned all sides of creating and growing businesses. She is excited to bring all that life experience as well as 7 years of crafting content to G Edition, her very own edition of experience sharing in work and travel. She is a full-time bag designer and manufacturer, part-time traveler, and a lover of creative crafts.