gentle soft sun settles on my shoulders I sip a cold lavender and mint and flip to the next page of the dusty paperback novel that’s sat on my bedside table forgotten pink and white blooms have appeared on my neighbor’s tree across the way finally free from winter’s cold clasp
today i feel like me i feel like the me i want to be i am wearing my favourite clothes my favourite socks and shoes to feel like me is strange these days to feel like me is nice to feel like me feels just right i feel like me today
According to http://www.remake.world.com The U.S. sadly sends 21 billion pounds of textile waste, discarded clothing, to landfills every year only 10-15% of donated clothing actually ends up in the market.
I feel at home among the trees where the sunsets are golden and the stars are like crystals The wind speaks in poetry and the water roars like a lioness I feel most understood among the company of wildflowers and muddy trails leading to nowhere To be lost in that place is a special circumstance … Continue reading until the mosquitoes bite
my thoughts don't flow like molasses...
After years of working in coffee, I realized that I once knew very little when I thought I knew a lot. There are many common misconceptions to coffee, and I thought it would be both fun and helpful to address a few! Here are 6 of the Most Common Coffee Misconceptions Darker or "Stronger" the … Continue reading Common Coffee Misconceptions
I woke up today with this deep feeling in my chest that it was going to be a nice day. Just as I thought, the forecast reads 68 degrees and it is mostly sunny.
It has been 6 months since I made the rash decision to ditch my smartphone and it has been quite the learning experience.
a forgotten poem about autumn as spring draws near and winter days fade away
i can feel the storm coming closer with every gust of cool wind mixed with pure, sultry humidity in the atmosphere the hairs on my arms stand up sending a tingle down my spine spring surely is on her way