25 years of marriage

25 years of marriage

Best friend and I with evaaa

Best friend and I with evaaa

Country dancing with some of my classmates

Country dancing with some of my classmates

Sweet words

Sweet words

Let’s go hiking they said it’ll be fun they said…

Let’s go hiking they said it’ll be fun they said…

We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.

— Maya Angelou (via observando)

Went on a date with K tonight. First went to a place called Sugah for cocktails and ceviche. Then we went to wild goose for wine and a cheese/meat board. Then we layed in the hammock (did i mention it was the most amazing weather?) All while having great conversation.
I wish I wasn’t leaving so soon. I miss having dates like this.

Yessss. Tea factory tour

Yessss. Tea factory tour

Oh brother…

Oh brother…

2 of these and I was buzzed. Damn you Colorado altitude.

2 of these and I was buzzed. Damn you Colorado altitude.

Lattes, pizza, and mass with Hannah.

Lattes, pizza, and mass with Hannah.

"Withholding distorts reality. It makes the people who do the withholding ugly and small hearted. It makes the people from whom things are withheld crazy and desperate and incapable of knowing what they actually feel."

When things get rough, the easiest thing to do is step back and let someone else take the wheel. We’re all looking for someone to tell us we’re making the right decision, to confirm what we think is correct. […] Even if they have your best interests at heart, nobody but you knows what’s best for you, or can make the really tough calls on your behalf. After all, you know the particular situation better than anyone else possibly could. You know the nuances, you know the people, and you know what you’re willing to do to change things. You also know why you’re asking for advice, and 99 times out of 100 it’s because of your own intuition.

Why You Should Stop Listening to Other People and Take Your Own Advice by Kelton Wright (via datebynumbers)

CUDDLE FUDDLE by DEDDY