110/365: April 20, 2014
Rest in peace Lolo. I enjoyed the little time I got to spend with you when I came for a visit this past January. I wish I had more time to spend with you. I love all the stories you told me. I love you, Lolo.
It’s sad that when I come for a visit you won’t be there anymore. But I’m happy that you’ll finally be with Lola.
You’ve lived a long life and I am so thankful for that ( 100 years and 141 days).
I love you so much Lolo.
Photo taken: January 12, 2014
109/365: April 19, 2014
I visited a book sale and found these three for only $ 4. I think they were meant for me.
107/365: April 17, 2014
A movie to end the school week.
The first ones are always better.
106/365: April 16, 2014
I’ll fall in love over and over again, despite the risks that come with it.
having you so close to me and hearing your voice makes my heart beat faster and turn my cheeks a hint of red. and i quietly wish for my heart to beat much slower.
There are so many things to learn, but there’s not enough time.
"1) Eat better. You have a chalkboard; use it. Make menus. Plan meals.
2) Read at least one chapter of a book for fun each day.
3) Go on a drive once a week. Have no particular destination other than a stop for iced tea. Put on music and see where you end up.
4) Listen to a record straight through without doing anything else. Sometimes music needs your full attention.
5) Doodle. Who cares how shitty of an artist you are? Give it a shot. Create.
6) Go to coffee shops. There’s a million in the city. Get out of the house for a while.
7) Ask a friend to go to dinner. Simply as friends and for no particular reason. Pick up the bill.
8) Allow yourself to fall in love. Let things happen. See where it goes. Take the risk."
- Joshua Angell || Eight Things To Start Doing (via perfect)
Since each new day is a chance to change, big or small, why not take advantage over the change(s) that can occur?
102-103/365: April 12-13, 2014
• Palm Sunday