There really are cars that have Bob Ross style paintings on them. I only learned this because of a funny thing a friend said involving Bob Ross paintings and a car, that I wrote in The Quote Book, then googled for some strange reason, following my instincts? (My instincts are eerily good.) There’s such a thing that is car racing with old junky cars that you spend $500 on. And there are rules and goofy, weird penalties. Including having to put on wigs and paint a serene landscape on your car.
The book you don’t expect to impact you can do just that. I just finished Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. I thought it would be a fast, light read. Yes, I sped through it, but there were some uncanny points that keep me pondering life and changing my mind and wow. I don’t even 100% recommend this book, there were things I didn’t love about it, but it was surprisingly impactful just the same.
There is such a thing as a stomp box, and the pursuit of making a good one entertains engineer types for hours.
Teachers work so hard and are constantly exhausted. I knew this, but I keep learning it, watching my friends be teachers.
I like flowers and toast. October was a parade of both. There was always flowers and there was always toast.
We all begin somewhere. I avidly followed along as Elise told her small business story, and I read The Nester’s book (another one I thought would be a light, fun read- it was- but it also had me thinking of every thing and all of life. This one I do 100% recommend). Their stories gave me encouragement to enjoy the process and be creative here and now.
Joining Emily at Chatting at the Sky and others to share what we learned last month.