Heya!! So my last few posts have been kind of heavy and I’m in the process of writing a follow-up to my Unhealthy Relationship With Healthy Living post, which will go up on Monday. So I wanted to post something a little lighter on this wonderful day we call Friday.
I’ve seen/heard a couple of great things on the internet and in real life this week that I feel compelled to share with the world (or with the readers of this blog, at least). I hope that what follows will bring a smile to your face, teach you something you didn’t know or understand before, and/or just leave you with a general feeling of warmth and happiness because that’s what they’ve have done for me.
Songs That Helped My Anxiety
Yoke Lore’s amazing cover of Savage Garden’s Truly Madly Deeply
Morningsiders’ Honey Hold Me
Of Monster and Men’s Little Talks
Matchbox Twenty’s Unwell
Videos That Shed Light On Important Topics
Things That Made Me Laugh
A seal slaps a man in the face with an octopus. The best headline you’ll see today. pic.twitter.com/6C2nST9Wix
— Matt Colville (@mattcolville) September 26, 2018
Just overheard the dude sitting next to me at this coffee shop tell someone on the phone, “I’m driving. I can’t talk.”
Effin brilliant. I’m going to start using that.
— Rosey Rebecca (@RoseyRebecca) September 25, 2018
Yes, I just shared my own tweet.
I posted this picture to my Instagram on Sunday and still find it hilarious for some ridiculous reason:
And then there’s this:
Connections With The Outside World
I had a wonderful coffee date with my wedding photographer turned good friend Carrie Turner on Tuesday. We caught up at OWL Bakery, one of my favorite cozy spots in West Asheville. Carrie and I reminisced about our first meeting at OWL, where Jeff and I hired her to shoot our wedding. It’s funny how we create genuine connections with people from the most random experiences.
Anyway, Carrie has enlisted my help to grow the food photography side of her business: Larder and Light.
In the coming weeks, I’ll be helping Carrie post to her Larder and Light Instagram account and possibly work a little bit on her blog.
It’s truly incredible the opportunities that this blog and my social media presence have afforded me. I feel like this is what I’m meant to be doing and that realization has answered questions that I’ve struggled with for a long time. What is my calling? What am I good at? For right now, it’s this and I’m pretty OK with that.
That’s all I have for today, friends!
What about you? Share something that recently made you happy, made you laugh or taught you something in the comments! Let’s spread the joy!
As always, thanks for reading!
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