Friday, April 24, 2015

Things that Move Me

move: to stir the emotions, feelings, or passions of
I'm always sending out links to various people as I read, hear or stumble upon interesting things. If you've ever worked with me or are a close friend, you've probably received an email from me that said something like, "I saw this today and thought it was amazing. Check it out." The more I think about my habit of doing this I realize that if I compiled these images, links and ideas into a blog post each week it might be a way of reaching people who appreciate similar things. So, this is the start of something. I'm not sure if it will last long, or become something bigger, but it's a small meaningful list of things that I hope will move you like they did me.

Iceland is Gloomy by Carol Devine (The Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon is calling me back...)

I discovered and have fallen completely into the immense amount of information and podcast interviews...

My hometown hockey rink, Pullar Stadium, has made it to the finals of the Kraft Hockeyville  contest!

I'm learning how to embroider for The 100 Day Project. I use this website a lot to explore different types of stitches. I post a new image of my progress on Instagram daily.

If you want another weekly list of links to click through, check out Herban Girl's Sunday Stuff posts. They lead me so many awesome places and I learn so much.

This AirBNB island farm retreat is at the top of my list for a west coast trip.

image from AirBNB

On a whim I purchased a Botanical Interests seed sprouter from my local nursery while picking up some top soil. I'm getting ready to enjoy my first pita topped with them! If you want a more inexpensive, DIY method with a mason jar and cheese cloth take a look at this post on Food 52 and this one. If anyone has any recommendations for online sprouting seed sources I'd love to hear!


Lindsay-Jean said...


Lindsay-Jean said...

Ha, my heart didn't work so well. Back to old school emoji: <3

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