Welcome to our weekly coffee date! How are you doing? How did this week treat you? I hope it’s a good week so far. I love Friday’s!
Weekend Coffee Share is a time for us to take a break out of our lives and enjoy some time catching up with friends (old and new)! Grab a cup of coffee and share with us!
If you just happen to see some random blog posts here, it might not be obvious that I liven in a city with 2 million people. I’ve lived here for close to a year now. I often feel like the city is slowly killing me, so I’m sharing photos of the things that means something to me. My zen strategies that keeps me reasonably sane. (Still debating the horse strategy I wrote about last week.)
Minimalism is the intentional promotion of the things we most value, and the removal of everything that distracts us from it.
If I could remove the city itself I would. LOL. Now that might not be possible at the moment..This week I’ve shared photos from Death Valley National Park (CA,) and of wild horses in Humboldt–Toiyabe National Forest (NV.) All photos are taken the past two weeks. I hope that the photos give you the exhilarating joy that the experiences gave me. The photos in this post are the last photos from Death Valley.
Is spring in full bloom where you live? Do you have a garden? If you do, how is it doing what are you growing? Can I get you a refill on that coffee? Or maybe some tea? I hate the thought of sending a friend away empty handed.
I’m not 100% sure what this weekend have in store for me, but I’m praying that it’s going to be filled with love, laughter, and happiness, mixed with some kind of nature experience. Have a fabulous weekend!
PS.Thanks to my grandma, I entered the magic world of photography when I was five years old. You can find prints of the photos in this post, and my favorite photos from other adventures, in my online gallery. (Safely purchase prints with any credit card, via Fine Art America. World wide shipping.) My gypsy soul have taken me to 48 US States, and I’ve explored most countries in Europe. My mission as a photographer and blogger, is to share zen strategies; and encourage a healthy lifestyle, with a close connection to nature and animals, using my photos and stories as the medium for inspiration.