So I’ve been thinking . . . about mustang. No, not the car or the horse, but the movie Mustang. I saw it last week and cannot get it out of my mind.
On her way up, she paused several times to look back: below her she saw the towers and bridges, the saints were shaking their fists and lifting their stone eyes to the clouds. It was the most beautiful city in the world. —from The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
I missed Betty White’s birthday this year. Seriously, I forgot about it until I saw it online. Why does it matter?
So I’ve been thinking . . . about reality versus perception. This can get kind of trippy. Because my reality is not your perception of my reality and . . .
It’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. I’m embarrassed to admit that I haven’t celebrated this day in the past in any meaningful way.
So I’ve been thinking . . . about David Bowie and Alan Rickman, which led me to think about creativity.
What is up with some of the product packaging these days? It’s like breaking into Fort Knox to open up some packages
Because some Mondays you need baby goats to inspire you . . .
So I’ve been thinking . . . about resolutions, sort of. I don’t really do resolutions. Instead, I think about what I really want my year to be like.
I’m into what would be 38 days of 50 Days of Random Acts of Love and Kindness, aka the Spread Love Project. What a difference 38 days makes!