Some random things.
An optimized life. This tongue in cheek essay will have you laughing by the end.
More humor. But it makes you kind of sad at the same time.
I was talking with someone the other day and, while we were talking, an email came through on her phone. She actually picked up her phone and read the email. What?! Just stopped our conversation, and read the email. And it wasn’t like she was waiting for an important message from someone. It was a random email; I know this because she told me about the email after she finished reading it in the middle of our conversation. Really? Really. Here’s a great read on the addictiveness of smart phones. FYI, the f-bomb appears multiple times.
Love this idea for hanging art.
Whether doing yoga or sitting in the park, we’d all do well to think along these lines. (thanks, d)
For the parents of older kids, click here for a reminder that it’s really going to be okay. (thanks, b)
Wherever you fall on the political spectrum, it’s so important to listen to each other.
Father’s Day is June 18, here in the U.S. Here’s a beautiful poem in honor of all fathers, wherever you live.
For the love of color. And food. Click here.
I just started reading this book the other day. So far, it’s provocative.
Enjoy the clicks and
Sending a little love your way, m
6 thoughts on “:: Randoming ::”
Oh yes, that poem. Thank you so much for all this good “stuff”. I clicked through them all with my morning latte.
perfect. that’s kind of how I envision folks enjoying all of this…with sips of something wonderful.
Just read the poem, unbelievably beautiful. Love to you xx
I’m glad you like it too.
isn’t it beautiful and tender…?
I ❤️ your randoming posts, Michelle. The article for parents with older kids had me in bits! So much truth in there. Seeing my son grow into a man is quite honestly the biggest honour of my life. We’re off to visit another University tomorrow and so another shift…
Politics, well… our election, what a mess 🙃
I haven’t clicked on all your links, but look forward to doing so.
Wishing you a delightful weekend xx
oh, Jane…it’s so good to read your words, about it being an honor to see your son grow into a man…that’s such a beautiful (and humbling) perspective. good luck with the university visit! ohmygoodness!
enjoy the links and happy weekend! xo