September 28, 2010

today i believe...

... that there's a time and a place for starbucks passion tea... and that is all the time, in every place.

... that tailgating is the best way to spend a saturday.

... that there's something oh-so-exciting about spotting the first red-leafed tree in your neighborhood.

... that the triple threat a.m. routine of yoga, caffeine, and a first-thing-in-the-morning walk around the city can clear your mind like nothing else.

... that sometimes, it's okay to let other people take care of you.

... that if you drop a penny and it lands heads-up, you should leave it there for someone to find and wish on later.

... that every once in a while, looking back can help you move forward.


... that it's important to take care of yourself---to have both the strength to push yourself and the willingness to relax.

(Photo: karin a.)

8 comments:

Hannah said... [Reply to comment]

lucky! haven't spotted any changing leaves in Springfield yet.

Ana* said... [Reply to comment]

Oh my dear, these are words of wisdom. Refreshing!

HanneeNz said... [Reply to comment]

This may make me sound super thick, but what in the world is tailgating?! Im from the UK and had never heard of it until, over the last few weeks, all of the USA based blogs I read started talking about it....
If you could shed some insight, that would be great =)
Thanks!
P.S....Is it weird that because everyone seems to love it so much, I want to get involved? I don't even know what I would be getting involved in!

kara lynn said... [Reply to comment]

i love it all! you rock at these lady!

Caroline said... [Reply to comment]

Well said!!!! XO

Heidiopia said... [Reply to comment]

all true! except mine would be a starbucks skinny cinnamon dolce latte :)

HanneeNz said... [Reply to comment]

Thank you so much! Tailgating sounds like great fun, it definitely doesn't happen over here. Next stop USA for some tailgating, starbucks lattes, and all round fall (autumn) fun!

Lissa Clair said... [Reply to comment]

i agree. with all of that.