Ever Had One Of Those Days?
Months? Year? Years?
Yeah, I know. We all have.
Sometimes, in the midst of the challenges that life throws at all of us, it is easy to get sucked up into that black hole. Often life's challenges come with a lot of soul searching. New perspectives. We come out the other side knowing ourselves, even just a little bit better for it.
My friend came across a quote that speaks to that and thought it would be a keeper for a print. I'm glad she sent it to me.
The quote by Eckhart Tolle combined with an absolutely stunning photo by Todd Quackenbush, (whose work I found over on unsplash) makes up today's FREE printable wall art. [I know I've mentioned it before, but it is worth repeating. unsplash is a site that shares work from photographers around the world, who have decided to offer their images royalty free, to do with as you please, for personal or commercial use. How great is that? If you haven't checked out unsplash yet, I highly suggest you do. The level of work is amazing.]
Can I get a hell yeah?
Hey, did you notice the colors go perfectly with my kitchen back-splash? How serendipitous.
If you'd like to print it off yourself and hang it on your wall, you can download the pdf here.
And, if you feel like sharing on pinterest, that's cool too.
One more thing, Todd is such fantastic photographer, you should definitely pop over to his site and check out his other work. I love all of his work, but his pictures of NYC really capture the city in a way I can appreciate. His perspective in some of his shots feels sort of like 'a day in the life'. His landscapes are incredible, and if you want to see a drool worthy food photo, check this out. I want a piece. Right. Now. I didn't even come close to capturing the deliciousness of G's pear bread, in comparison. Holy moly.
I was wandering around youtube last night and discovered a group I'd never heard of before. The Overtones. These 5 guys can really sing. You want harmony, they've got it up to their eyeballs and then some. On a side note, it sure is nice to see five young guys dressed like they want to be taken seriously. The Overtones are sharp dressed men. Kind of refreshing. So is their sound. Click here if you're reading via email.
How about a little something old school. A capella. Yup. The men can sing.
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Any plans for the weekend? I'm going to be creating away working on some designs (including my own). In between housework, that is. No real plans I'm afraid. G will be spending time working on his truck with the neighborhoodlums. I won't be joining them in that little adventure. I know, I know. We're really pushing the fun-limit this weekend. The good news? I think we've gotten above 30 on the thermometer today, and tomorrow we're supposed to hit the mid 40s. This is incredibly exciting and welcome since we've been a frozen arctic tundra with no real signs of hope for spring. Except for my day in Boston, which was wicked lucky weather-wise. Then it went right back to polar vortex. So tomorrow, I will get outside at some point.
What's shakin' in your world?
Hope you have a great weekend. Thanks, as always, for being here.
Ciao for now,