Home for the Holidays + Faithful Friends (Who are dear to us) — #25daysoffitmas (full details below) ❤️
🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑🌒🌓🌔 Two seasons have come & gone since my family has all been together. So much life has been lived this year—new baby 😍, travels all over the world, blood, tears & sweat 🏅, risks taken (skydiving!) & also not taken (praise the Lord🙌) 🙂—& that’s why there’s going to be reason for extra joy this year. 🎉 Crossing my fingers for snow & family sledding in the front/back yard. 🤞 🦌🦌🦌🦌🦌🦌🦌🦌🦌🦌🦌
Faithful friends! 💗🙌 Running & fitness in general has led me to more kindhearted, strong, brave, & patiently persistent people than I can possibly count. Individually & collectively there are irreplaceable in my life. Thank you, thank you runners & fitness enthusiasts for bringing out the sunshine in each other & me. 🙌☀️💝
HI!!!🎄 I’d like to invite you to join me in inviting your healthy self to your Christmas celebrations. ❤️How?? Well, by keeping fitness in the forefront this holiday season by joining me in posting things that remind you of the things called out on this list daily & tagging #25daysoffitmas with your post. ❤️ YES—it’s that easy! Have fun! Be merry & be full of the joy that is yours! ❤️☃️
Anything goes as long as it’s related to fitness & the subject of the day. 😆✨🦌🥳
Did I mention there’s a $25 valued prize for the person who participates the most days????!!! Tag @coachkayte in your posts so I’m sure to see yours!! #winning !!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Day 81 of Photo challenge
When I came to Budapest more than 3 years ago, I barely drink coffee. And by barely, I mean maybe just once or twice in a week.
Nowadays, drinking coffee has been part of my habit: an after-lunch coffee with my team during weekdays, or a visit to my favorite coffee shop on weekends.
What can I say, Budapest just has the best coffees!
Day 7 - (I am sort of cheating, but this photo works for all three of the prompts from Friday.... Mostly)
1. #bookstababesdec18 'Is Coming to Town' aka book set in your hometown ~~~ There are two things I struggled with when prompted with this hometown business first I wouldn't say I have a hometown and second off in all the places I have lived they very rarely get mentioned. However, American Gods takes place mostly in the mid-west and that's mostly where I grew up.
2. #thebookstas2018 - 'The Best Epic Adventure goes to...' ~~~ Epic adventures are hard to come by and I always feel sorry for the characters afterwards I mean what a let down after all that epic-ness?!? Boring ol' life again. I mean they're fictional so nothing technically happens to them at all, but I like to think they live on in some way. Off point - anyway American Gods is a pretty epic adventure I mean it's a lot of running around and meeting new people and stuff. (Stardust is also a pretty epic adventure)
3. #decemberreflections2018 - 'Home' ~~~ Home they say is where your heart is. Mine is generally all over the place, a bit here and there. American Gods as stated takes place in the mid-west and every time I read it (it has been re-read a couple times) it just reminds me of the home that's there.
#andstuff#hereandthere#dailyphotochallenge#americangods @neilhimself #epicadventure#iscomingtotown#home#homeiswheretheheartis#bookstagram#booknerd#hometown#midwest#ilovetoread#ilovebook#booksfuckyeah#readingissexy
BEAUTIFUL VIEW, BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE
The view of Mt. Evans from their apartment is beautiful, and so are Carole and Larry Goodwin, two of my favorite people. Carole is an artist and photographer, currently focusing on abstract paintings based on what she sees in the city, the disparity between the haves and have nots, and the disparity of relationships in the city. She’s in the process of adding images of her paintings to her website, uptowngirldenver.com, in addition to the stunning photography found there now. Larry is a digital tech, helping commercial photographers manage the vast data generated while shooting tethered on a photo shoot. Larry also does fine art photography. He and Carole are both members of the Littleton Art Guild, displaying their work at the Depot Art Gallery in Littleton. He’s also working at preserving our cultural heritage by old and delicate museum pieces that cannot tolerate the rigors of daily display. Additionally, he’s a big support to other artists and photographers, always ready to help out when he can. His website is uptownguydenver.com.