EN: Don't be fooled by our smiles we were actually freezing our culos off. So the weather in San Francisco(SF) is actually the opposite. The summer is when it's cold and the fall is when its nice and warm aka the best time to visit SF. Jaimee checks the weather, "It's gonna be 72F/22C, I see comments by locals saying it's cold" we pause for a second ... "Bahahaha" we both laugh. "We are from Ohio, that's nothing" Jaimee says still laughing. "I know right, SF doesn't know cold". A week later, we look at each other squeezing our arms across our body and with my teeth slight chattering, I manage to tell Jaimee, "The locals were right". You see, 72F isn't your normal temperature because San Francisco is close to the bay and the Pacific Ocean, so cold is usually colder!
ES: No te dejes engañar por nuestras sonrisas, en realidad estábamos congelanda nuestras culos. Entonces, el clima en San Francisco (SF) es realmente el opuesto. El verano es cuando hace frío y la otono es cuando es agradable y cálido, aka el mejor momento para visitar SF. Jaimee verifica el clima, "Será 72F / 22C, veo comentarios de los locales diciendo que hace frío" hacemos una pausa por un segundo ... "Bahahaha" ambos nos reímos. "Somos de Ohio, eso no es nada", dice Jaimee todavía riendo. "Lo sé bien, SF no sabe frío". Una semana después, nos miramos apretando los brazos sobre nuestra cuerpo y con los dientes ligeramente castañeando, me las arreglo para decirle a Jaimee: "Los lugareños tenían razón". Ves, 72F no es su temperatura normal, porque San Francisco está cerca de la bahía y el Océano Pacífico, por lo que el frío suele ser más frío.
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Not too far outside Kathmandu you stumble into Patan, the third largest city in Nepal with only about 183,000 people (roughly the same population as Little Rock, Arkansas 🤯)!! It’s a labyrinth of tiny streets and lanes with a uniquely Nepali (Newari) vibe. Probably the best place to people watch and take photos in front of doorways!
On the way to Iowa from Kansas City, Amber and Chris were excited to meet with Jennifer and Cody of Leavenworth County Coop for an online marketing strategy session and (of course) show off the mobile office.
Flashback to 2008 when I ran my own Magazine.. this popped up in my memories. I’m so grateful that most of the people I connected with for this magazine are still a part of my life somehow... shoutout to the people who still have a copy of Exodus Magazine 😘❤️
Throwback to an iconic studio day, recording final vocals for a track with @thecrystalmethod at @soundcitystudios in Los Angeles. I got emotional on this one. Cannot wait for you all to hear this. 🙏🏻 #soundcity
3.5 weeks ago my man Justin mentioned on the phone that he wanted to go jet skiing this summer. ☀️
I said “cool let’s do it, what weekend works for you?”
We planned a weekend, I got a boating license and made the 3.5 hour road trip to go visit him and rent some jet skis! ⚡️
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Do you often think Sundays are unproductive and lazy days? Well, it’s your choice. When you stick to the mindset that you don’t get stuff done on a Sunday, it’s your reality. You always have the choice to change your thoughts.
Start seeing Sunday as a day to be productive, another day to follow your dreams and another day to be alive. You experience reality the way it’s shaped in your mind. Even when you have labeled Sunday as a lazy day (maybe because shops are closed and busses and trains are driving less etc.), it’s never too late to change your mindset. It’s a day like every other day. Especially when you work on something you like, aren’t stuck in a 9 to 5 job and doing just things you love, it becomes less and less important what day it is. Weekends doesn’t matter that much because you decide when you have a day off. It up to you when you work and in the best case work doesn’t feel like “work”. 💫
Today I got up quite early, went outside for a run, felt the sunshine and then got some work done. I cut some videos (one for YouTube and one for a uni project), had a coffee or two (okay, actually three😆), worked for my side job, got inspired by the people around me, got some vegan pizza and enjoyed watching the final of World Cup. 🤙🏽 I really tend to love Sundays. What about you?
Anyone else got a case of the Sunday night blues? I’m feeling a bit like all my days are looking the same right now, and the weeks are running away from me. I’m trying to take a step back from panicking over the big picture and looking at my time in smaller church’s, as well as planning some fun things in the week, not just work! How do you tackle the Sunday blues?
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Backpacking Europe Day 15:
Today was the World Cup Finals. (Croatia vs France) Unfortunately Croatia lost 4-2, but we still had an amazing time watching Croatia during their run to the finals. Now it's time to go back to not caring about soccer!