Today is my birthday, and I'm excited to be embarking on my 26th year of life. While not typically thought of as a milestone, I figure another year of experiences, memories and new opportunities is always worth celebrating. I'm very much a list person, but since I've decided not to set hard deadlines for personal and professional aspirations, I'm not going spend today running down a list to check off what I have (and have not) accomplished since turning 25. Instead, I'd love to share with you some of the more interesting things I've learned through my years of creative exploits and come to believe about the world. I also included a few things I aspire to embody in my many years to come. Enjoy, and feel free to add to my list!
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
One of my favorite things about New Years, aside from resolutions, are the many lists that abound, "Top 10 Moments / Events / Successes / Disasters / Trends…" recapping the best of the year past or forecasting what's to come. Same time last year I created my own list with favorites from 2011. This year, I think I will offer a more visual take on the best of 2012 thanks to Google and their marvelous Doodles. Here is a selection of the most interesting, historically significant, visually stunning or all around strange Doodles that Google featured in 2012.
Monday, May 2, 2011
"Over the years, doodles on the Google homepage have made searching on Google more fun and enjoyable for its users worldwide." I completely agree.
Saturday, April 2, 2011
Sunday, March 27, 2011
Three years ago today, my puppy was born. In people years, depending upon what system you ascribe to, she would be in her mid-twenties. Of course, as a pet, she still acts like a three year old. She must be walked, fed, played with, and cleaned up after. When I do something she doesn’t like, she throws a tantrum, and when she is scared, she looks to me for comfort. They say having pet can do wonders for your life, and I would have to agree. I could write many a post about owning a pet, but for now I will focus on what three years with Dulce has taught me: