Summer has been so hot and glorious, my outfits have been mostly tank tops and shorts with flip flops.
That’s me reading MaddAdamm by the river. The grim future Atwood depicts in the book has inspired me so far to reorganize my recycling system, start composting and purchase collapsible travel containers. I am excited to be moving towards a more sustainable way of living.
Christmas came early this year when it snowed last week.
Hope you and yours are having a lovely season.
Does anyone else have a crazy cowlick?
80′s Bangs; no hairspray required.
I’ve been dealing with my front cowlick since I was a kid, but it wasn’t until I cut off all my hair that I realized there is also a giant swirl on the back of my head.
When I had longer hair gravity would keep everything tame and hanging downwards. Now with my short crop the hair grows every which way. It’s quite funny when I am outside in the wind and my hair turns into a major Alfalfa.
My lovely hairdresser has a plan, in the near future she’ll be cutting my hair even shorter and I’ll be sure to update you all when it happens!
It feels so nice to have all that heavy hair gone! I’m probably going shorter, this is my “in between” cut.
JUNEuary is the time of the year Vancouverites hope and wish for sun but instead we get rain, mostly.
On the nice days I’ve been teaching yoga on the beach
building sun shelters
and walking for miles and miles needing constant rewatering.
On the crappy days I’ve been hitting up thrift stores and falling for rainbow sneakers
daydreaming about hammocks
and counting down to the sunny days ahead.
Next week is summer solstice already, wow!