It was a short weekend.
I wore shorts all weekend.
I also read. Wrote. And spent time with love bugs.
(photo taken on Blackberry Torch)
Did I happen to mention that I’ve missed you?
I think the worst part about these randomly self inflicted “blogging breaks” I impose is the silence of those readers who never miss a chance to let me hear them.
I LOVE IT.
I CRAVE IT.
It is an addiction.
But I believe it is one that would hardly cause harm when kept on a leash. Right?
A tight leash?
Also. Starting today.
I will say one thing I love, like, hope, dream, (main point being, positive) every day. I think it’s time I start taking my own advice I give every one. It is so easy for me to say “Look at the bright side.” …
but now it’s time that I do the same.
For starters (these will be in no particular order of importance):
1. I love when M comes in to talk to me when I am in the shower.
Things I saw at the fair:This guy and his girl and baby stood out for 2 reasons:
1. They were white in a sea of off white.
2. His face was amazing. Looked like my entire earring case on a canvas.
He was kind enough to let me take a couple shots.
To the untrained eye, this is merely an average Joe, fair attendee.
But to the trained eye…
I spotted these whilst he was standing ever so near…
My Pick for Best in Show
This beautiful man was unlike any of the other “street preachers” I so fervently disagree with.
He was not screaming condemnations, or accusing every one of being unworthy. He just mildly asked passers by if they would be interested in a pamphlet or a water bottle. If they objected, he smile, and shook their hand or gave the little kids a huge happy high five.
No glory, no pride.
No pressure, no judgment.
His love can speak truth to people of ANY religion.
“My faith has become my eyes.”
Today, I embark on a day of laughter, laziness, and love.
The Arizona State Fair has called my lovely buff mother, Ian(you know him), and me to ride its coasters, eat its heart attacks, and people watch its…people.
Here goes nothin’.
Every one gets at LEAST one day to dress down here and there, right?