Hello and welcome!

We are Rodney and Dianna Wehr and we are determined to create our lives through thoughtful action, although we often lose sight of that goal! We’re incredibly “normal” people, with incredibly “normal” lives, but we’re trying to identify and create our “best life.” The original intention of this website was to document and focus a life of deliberosity as we travel and experience the world, and to provide a platform to share and engage with others who also desire to live intentionally. Buuuuuut, mainly, it’s where our blog is posted. It turns out we haven’t been that great at maintaining an online presence … maybe just too wrapped up in living our “normal” life. 

We don’t have all the answers.

We can’t tell you how to live your life.


This website is merely an honest account of our actions, thoughts, travels, and blunders as we (intermittently) strive to live more deliberately. We (rarely) share resources that we’ve found useful and inspiring.  

We (infrequently) put our story out into the world with the hope to connect with amazing people like you, so that we may inspire and motivate one another in our mutual quest for a deliberately fulfilling life. 

We’re excited that you (somehow?!) found us and can’t wait to connect with you!!


Pregnancy: Week 41; Coronavirus Isolation: Week 10

Baby Boy must not realize that I’ve been marking off each day on the calendar for the last couple weeks, eagerly awaiting his arrival. He either doesn’t know that his due date has come and gone, or he just has a mind of his own. One way or the other, Baby Boy was “due” yesterday, …

Pregnancy: Week 39; Coronovirus Isolation: Week 8

It’s been 51 days since Pyra felt grass under her toes. 51 days since my sociable, sweet girl interacted with another child (in person). 51 days since my active, almost-20-month-old has run around outdoors and climbed something other than furniture or a parent. 51 days … and how many more? But that’s the question we’re …

Pregnancy: Week 36; Coronavirus Isolation: Week 5 (mostly whining and also a Pyra update)

My mood matches the weather. There’s a light misty rain falling. The clouds are high, so it’s not too dark; I can still see the mountains in the distance. It’s not a storm battering the earth with thunderous flashes of lightning, not even a drenching downpour to temporarily flood the streets. Just a half-hearted drizzle. …