A photo from loooong ago. Yes, this is me! Hard to believe I was once blonde, but don't you just love the way children express exactly what they feel. Imagine your life today from you younger self - how would they see things? What would they do and what advice would they give you?
Today, honour your inner child. Lighten up. Play more, laugh more ...
💖 Jo xx
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Shot by: Fleur M – Roll 10
Camera used: Canon Prima BF-800 Zoom 32 – 56mm Canon zoom lens
Film type: Kodak Portra 400
Location: Great Australian Bight, SA; Broken Hill, NSW. AUS
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This was one of those moments that make you pause & pay attention - a moment completely untouched by outside influences, just pure, simple, beauty.
My little man chopped & assembled the wood for this fire, lit it himself, and to my surprise ended up cooking the steaks himself too! Which were genuinely delicious I might add! 👍🏼😁 I sense his flow state when he's working with wood, it really captures him in a way that allows his true essence to glimmer. His latest project is making sets of timber coasters which he gets dad's help to saw, but sands and oils himself. He said to our elderly neighbours while visiting them, "What's missing from your table?" "Food! Coffee! Pot plant!" they guessed. Needless to say they were very pleased with the coasters he gifted them the following day. 😆 💚🔥🔨 #love#beautiful#pure#simplepleasures#inthemoment#timber#unschooling
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Oh the rain. It either soaks us, drowns us, or nourishes us. Seasons come and go. And so too, the rain. But feelings from a traumatic event don’t leave us. They change like the seasons. Or at least they did for me. Helping me to appreciate the little things so I could move on to the big things. .
Two causes of potential disenchantment today: 1) a 45 second walk to the library in “this heat” (my house is next to the SUV at the end of the video) and 2) coming across this pile of slippers, a reminder of cool and cozy mornings with coffee, puppy, and a blanket .
But wait- wasn’t I actually shivering with cold many of those cozy days, and actually, y’know, PINING for the heat of summer during our iciest weeks (notice I didn’t say “months”, Yanks 😜)..?!?
Yep. 😬That was me 🙋♀️.
So, today- instead of yearning for pumpkin spice, hoodies, and crisp air- I’ll do my best to appreciate the heat. It does feel nice in the bones...for a few minutes .
I’ll remember that I have a 4-day weekend coming up, to do some summertime things I haven’t done yet 🏊♀️🍹🌊. And then...Fall will be upon us, and will be gone in a flash. 🔥🎃 Those slippers, that blanket, will be used soon enough.
Time to go catch a glimpse of my gorgeous Plumeria before I get back to work .
Why? Because it only blooms in the summer, you see...💝🌸🌞 #gratitude#texassummer#falliscoming#takeyourtime#inthemoment#taylormadetexas#grassisgreener#liveeverymoment#liveeveryday
Take it all in, everything you see. Inis Meáin has a population of 183, the people, the nature and even this old weather beaten door inspires us every single day.
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Let's go fishing. Fishing, a craft I envy. It's not for the stubborn or the impatient person. It requires way more skills than it is attributed. Those good at it make it look easy, and the bad ones decry a lack of luck. It's a duty to be learned and be committed. It is applying such attention and precision to it so that everything becomes complete at that moment. The idea here is not to catch a fish but to perfect the act of fishing.