i had wanted to say more during women’s history month, but here we are slingshot into the month of april, and 2 of my 3 big events of the year have come and gone. quinn is 10! i am 39! and our wedding is a few short months away, for which we are giddy with . . . → Read More: 39 ~ letters in the sand
pink: practicing gratitude for daylight savings, and appreciating that i can be up before sunrise once again for a brief few weeks…
pink: my fiance comes home with his truck covered in cherry blossom snow each day lately.
red: then we walk around and . . . → Read More: ~rainbow mondays~ slowly unfurl
wedding day imaginings
. . . → Read More: ~black and white wednesday~ spring textures
colorless: right around this time of year, things start to feel about like this for me: washed out gray birds in a gray sky flying south without me. my rainbow practice becomes increasingly important for me to strive to do, so i can remember there is actually still a lot of color in the . . . → Read More: ~rainbow mondays~ finding the color
11-18-16 day 18
i know we’re all feeling thankful for joe biden right about now, so i am not saying anything original here. i, however, am reminded of why i am actually thankful for his public service, even more than i am for imagining him leaving his gameboy in the oval office, removing the t’s . . . → Read More: ~thankful thursday~ the essentials: love, water, light, nachos
it’s a full moon, summer solstice, celebration rainbow!
sometimes you need to meditate on the absence of color in order to appreciate the colors!
red: quinn and i watched a family of 3 woodpeckers practice climbing up our redwood tree.
red: sometimes it’s just another dead leaf on the gravel driveway, until . . . → Read More: ~rainbow mondays~ redwoods and blue belts