This picture shows exactly how I’m feeling right now — a bit crusty (mountain) because I’ve got lots of little things to do before the holidays (like the larches) but it’s okay, because it’s only Tuesday 🙃 #tinythingswithtoby
Hey @olympic_nps do you guys need some poster art? 😄
Medium: @fabercastellglobal Big Brush markers on bristol board
Backstory: I drew this for my graphic design class at @svcseattle. Check the comments below for notes on my color choices, typography, and composition. TL;DR: The Olympic Peninsula and pretty much everything on it is incredible and holds a special place in my heart and brain cells
really guys at this point I think I’m experiencing life at 15 “wtfs” an hour. so what else am I supposed to do, cutting my hair some more is literally the only option.
this has undoubtedly been one of the most painful seasons I’ve walked through, filled with such heartache and disappointment and fear.
but that’s okay, and this season is okay - because I am esteemed.
I am valued.
I am set apart.
I am chosen, pursued, and loved.
and because of that, through this season, I have to stop when I am overwhelmed, when I am worried, when I am hurting, and remember that God is a faithful God who has left no room in my soul for fear.
|| f e a r || "Because true belonging only happens when we present our authentic, imperfect selves to the world, our sense of belonging can never be greater than our level of self-acceptance." - @brenebrown
When I first moved to Seattle, I literally knew no one in the city. I was forced to travel and learn how to sing my songs by myself. Getting to play for people is honor and getting to play music with people is an equal honor. I want to say thank you to Tyler Watley, Luke Minnich, Devin Daniel, Savannah Bass, Ben Libay, Daniel Lennon, Bill Panks, Aleida Gehrels, Nate Vigil, Josh Modisette, and Issac Roinas for learning my songs and playing music with me over the past 3 years! You have all been there and supported me at different times. Love y’all! #seattle#friendsinrainyplaces#musicbusiness
PNW sunset🌲 🌲 🌲 ———————————There are three forces that drive the human heart: faith, hope, and love. Without the presence of these three divinely given characters, our soul screams for intimacy with purpose. Our human purpose is identified, intertwined, and influenced by these three beautiful characters. These characters are not limited to the acts or emotions we feel, but something far greater. Faith, hope, and love, are the LIVING attributes of God. It’s such a crazy idea to grasp! God is so great that even his attributes seem to take an identity of their own. Imagine your love for others being such a powerful force that others would begin to describe your love as its own being—a person independently working along your side to accomplish God’s mission for humanity. Push your heart into God and allow his attributes to transform your life. Your soul will find rest and peace that can only come from God and his goodness.