It's once again time to stop and recognize the good things in life. In the name of positivity, here is the fourth post in my series, “The Best Feelings.”
In honor of my country's Independence Day, I am posting some pictures that are red, white, and blue.
Well, I am now 31, and in honor of that number, I would like to provide you with 31 of some of my favorite pictures. Some of them I like because I think they're cool, some because they have a neat perspective, some because they're silly, and some because of something I just can't put my finger on. Enjoy!
What new dreams do you want to go chase? What big ideas do you want to pursue? What little, goofy, yet incredibly cool, things do you want to do? I’d love to hear some of yours. Here is a list of mine.
Summer is rapidly approaching, and in honor of the season and of one of my favorite activities, this "Picture Post" is all about fishing.
My dad and I have been looking for a new fly rod for me (he kind of wants his Sage Z-Axis back, and I can't blame him), and I found out that Sage has a pink fly rod. *gasp* It doesn't come in the length that I need (and it's expensive), but it did lead me to an organization called Casting for Recovery (http://castingforrecovery.org/).
believe that beauty is inherent in the majority of the written language that we use. Most of the instances that come to my mind come from fishing books. Perhaps this is because of my own affinity for fishing, or maybe it is because of the spiritual nexus that comes together when fishing, fisherman, water, and nature meet. The beauty does not even have to come from erudite language that moves circuitously through meaning like a winding mountain stream. Henry Winkler’s (yes, the Fonz) writing perhaps best demonstrates the beauty in simple language.