two weeks in a row, y’all! i’m getting back into the swing of things and it feels great. i’m finally getting back onto a regular sleep cycle, actually sleeping, waking up ready for a work out, a healthy breakfast and ready to tackle my day. it’s amazing (not really, there are no blue ribbons to give for actually being a productive member of society… but if FEELS ahhhmazing to FINALLY be back and happy and willing and able!) now. while […]
yesterday, i decided to share a postcard that i received that tickled me. i know it wasn’t friday and i shared a postcard, but this postcard wasn’t necessarily “art.” it had been one i had been sitting on for awhile and finally was all like “oh, what the heck” and shared it on the why we love austin social media platforms. i am overwhelmed by the response it received. for those of you that don’t know what postcard i’m talking […]
It’s my favorite day of the week, y’all! [Insert “you’ve got mail, yay!” here] We’ve got quite the range of emotion going on here, nothing, Kenneth Johnson (stay tuned for a post next week about Kenneth Johnson), topless women and a sad look at the realities of homelessness. The one thing I do know is that you have to have the sadness to know the love and the good and the awesomeness in your life.* As promised, I have […]
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Today’s post is brought to you by the letter L. This particular corner, located right off of Oltorf Street, is one of my favorites in ATX- the old truck, the worn out, white washed fence and the ever so carefully painted “LOVE” makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside (granted, it isn’t too hard to make me feel warm this time of year, even with the AC blowing full blast). The love is understated and simple, yet it fills […]
I took this photo a number of years ago now… but was reminded of it when I passed this particular VW while driving through my neighborhood, and thus felt compelled to share. It’s a great “ism,” especially at the dawn of the holiday season. Keep smiling friends, and remember… take care of each other.