It’s been years since I put polish on my fingernails. Years. So I guess it shouldn’t surprise me that the moment I have someone who actually knows what they’re doing have a go at them, I ruin them within 5 minutes. Bummer. It’s such a nice color, too.
Ah well. Life is like that.
And also like having a king-size bed all to myself, no kids, and no pressing obligations … and not being able to sleep.
Or like sitting through a class only to realize after 90 minutes that you already knew this.
Yep, small moments of frustration. All over the place. Over unimportant things. Yet they sometimes overshadow the big picture. Like how I’m sitting on a bench next to a beautiful mountain typing on my phone so I can connect with people all over the country. Or how I’ve met so many great people and done so many interesting things the past couple of days. Or how I’ll get on a plane I a few hours and in a few hours after that be back with my people — all the way on the other side of the country!
Before I checkout for the weekend, let me share some things for you to checkout. And can I ask a favor? If you like anything I write and think others might like it too, please share! I’d appreciate it. 🙂
Here’s the full story of how we decided on our family bike. Maybe one of the options that didn’t work for us would work for you?
And maybe, if you love earth, you want to be a little more careful with you portion sizes and general food consumption. I’m just saying.
Also, interesting to think how much of an impact where we live has on our health and quality of life.
Stay cool, friends. And thanks for reading.