This is my new motto. "Life is a daring adventure or nothing. To keep our faces toward change and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate is strength indefeatable." -Helen Keller
Isn't this card awesome? I'm going to frame it. I got it at Seasons on St. Croix. On that note-- First thing here I really want to thank everyone who came to my opening. Seriously, it really meant a lot to me to have so many friends show up. I have the coolest friends you guys! Thank you!
Here's me. "Prepare to be concurred, nature."
Look how happy she is. This made my heart feel good.
THEN- This so blew my mind people-- On Saturday I met up with a couple of gals that were my best buds in high school. We lost touch over the years, our lives pulling us various directions, but, thanks to facebook, found each other again. They looked amazing (as you can see), and I was blown away by how all the things I loved about them all those years ago have actually intensified. They are super cool women. I'm completely psyched about resuming our friendships.
Aren't they smokin'? We used to OWN it people. Seriously. Forces. to. be. reckoned. with. My mind is still blown, two days later. ~kablam~ ~head explodes~
Yesterday me and Dan went for an urban adventure at Minnehaha park. There is this cool trail below the falls, which are flowing really impressively right now. By the falls it's pretty crowded, but still pleasant. People doing naturey stuff in the city have a way of creating private space by averting eye contact etc. You can tell who wants to be greeted and who wants to pretend they're alone in the wilderness. It works out. Look how cool it is down there!
Okay, maybe not so ancient. But it was still cool.
After that we rode down to riverside park to check out those trails, but-- closed! That wasn't going to stop us. So what if it said flooded. So what if we had our road bikes instead of our mountain bikes. We are adventurers dammit.
Hi honey, I'm home!
On that note-- my welder is waiting!