Tag Archives: life

Meeting Bears in the Neighborhood!

1 Nov

MY TWO FAVORITE BEARS IN ONE PLACE πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ»πŸ» How am I this lucky??? My life is officially happier!

Sprites at Play

24 Sep

I love fountains – to be honest I just love water-based scapes of any kind – rainy days, the ocean, the great lakes, . . . water soothes my spirit ❀

Rockin’ the life of Liv

9 May

When you teach from 8am to 9:30pm but still look #fab πŸ’‹πŸ’•

Life is Beautiful 🌼 #GoodDays

2 Sep

Awww – sweet guy at Starbucks wrote this for me!

#StreetArt – Dream #Car!

30 Jul

Love this #paint job! The color shifts as you move around it. Saw two cars like this yesterday – I was this color for driving along the #beach! I love #rainbow stuff!

#Birthday Girl!

29 Jul

Happy #Birthday to me! 29 – planning an awesome year to finish one decade and launch another! Celebrating at the #JelloFactory in #Changchun!

#Birthday Girl!

27 Jul

Happy #Birthday to me! 29 – planning an awesome year to finish one decade and launch another! Celebrating at the #JelloFactory in #Changchun!

#City Life – #Motorbikes!

13 Mar

#Motorbikes, motorbikes go so slow. . . 🎀 Motorbikes, motorbikes go so fast . . . Motorbikes, motorbikes put on the gas!🎹

We used to sing that when I was a kid like Ring Around the Rosie. πŸ˜‚

With Maturity Comes Despair

23 Feb

β€œThere are few people whom I really love, and still fewer of whom I think well. The more I see of the world, the more am I dissatisfied with it; and every day confirms my belief of the inconsistency of all human characters, and of the little dependence that can be placed on the appearance of merit or sense.”

*Jane Austen

A Bit of #Adventure

14 Feb

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“I wish sometimes that there was still a bit of adventure in the world. That wandering the world and the nations within it was both less dangerous from threat of war or terror and yet risky in that you were facing the unknown and the elements. To step onto a boat knowing that you took your life in your hands just for the chance to see a minaret or the pyramids or the rising temple in the distance. Knowing that you were going where few dared to tred. In a place that would take months to reach. Seeing things that others only dreamed of. To know that you were setting off into a world neither micromanaged nor constantly watched and guarded andΒ known.Β  To be unknown in a world that was unknown.Β  Perhaps it is simply the romantic novels speaking or the spirit in me that was raised on stories of the great explorers of old. But it feels as though so much of the world is either politically frightening or simply has been seen a million times by a million eyes and photographs. They say that with globalization, the world continually shrinks. I feel that is true, and tragic in some way. There is something glorious in the idea of a very large world. One that has unknown possibilities and potential and newness to it. One that is too large to lay out on a computer screen and cannot be summarized in a geography book. Yes, although coming together is a wonderful thing and a miracle of our time, I wish sometimes that there was still a bit of adventure in the world.”Β 

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