Oh, the places…


New York….
31 August, 2011, 9:04 pm
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i love you.

seriously. (photo taken from a tweet by Louie Giglio)



sometimes…
30 August, 2011, 11:33 pm
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i eat my cereal out of a cup and drink the milk with a squiggly straw. be a kid. have silly moments. -c



‘friend’
30 August, 2011, 11:24 pm
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today, my silly friend Shelby and i were cracking up at Carpe Diem (one of my fav local ‘friend’ shoppes—keep reading, you’ll get it later). We decided to replace the word ‘coffee’ with the word ‘friend’. basically, we were saying we spend so much time with coffee…preparing it, drinking it, enjoying its company…that is could be known as a close friend. so, here we are, left with this image AND off we go on a tangent, scrambling for every possibly statement we could laugh at.

some of the best phrases include:

“do you have sugar with your friend?”
“I’d like a tall, dark and extra-hot friend, please.”
“sometimes i like my friend in bed.”
“waking up with friends”
“meet me at the friend shoppe later.”
“I’d like a small friend”
“i need multiple friends a day”

yeah, you get it. HILARIOUS stuff.
any good ones you can think of? -c.



irene
25 August, 2011, 9:54 am
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thinking of  my beloved  New York City + surrounding areas…Hurricane Irene should go easy on ya. 

spright & vivid //a fotofolio postcard I picked up at the NYU bookstore



noteworthy
22 August, 2011, 12:12 am
Filed under: just for fun

one of my most favorite cities i've been to yet // New York City (photo cred: yours truly)

a charity with a beautiful purpose---bringing clean drinking water to men+women+children in underdeveloped nations worldwide. check them out here: charitywater.org

I lived here once. now, why did I leave? // Bondi, NSW Australia (photo cred: Eugene Tan. Aquabumps)



that man, Jesus
1 August, 2011, 10:29 am
Filed under: learning process, sharing

He gave of himself everything so that man could live freely and he loved with no condition. He changed mindsets and rejected no one. His compassion was contagious, as well as his laughter—the most joyous man to have ever lived. Not everyone wanted to be his friend. Even still, he treated each person with respect. He did not disguise what he was feeling nor did he sugar coat the cost. Yes, he even threw tables across the temple. He challenged many and changed lives for eternity. The tenderness of his word made him soft on the ears. They could listen for hours and follow for a lifetime.

My desire is to imitate Christ’s humility. -c