Quote of the Day – Jack Kerouac on Living Life

I”m of to paradise today. I’m off to visit the great state of Hawaii! This will bring my total number of states visited to: 9 – Also, it’ll be the first time I’ve flown over the ocean. I’m extremely excited for this trip. Ah, life is a gate, a way, a path to Paradise anyway,…

Photo of the Day – Sunburst Gas Works

This photo is all about perspective. A great shot from Seattle, Washington’s Gas Works park, which is an old gas and oil refinery turned nature park. They covered everything with colorful paint and turned it into a great place to see Seattle on a sunny day.

Quote of the Day – Neil Gaiman on Life

It’s been a busy day today. It’s nice to be busy, it’s nice to be preparing for vacation. I just wish it was a little cooler than 100°. I don’t do well in the heat. 🙂 I believe that life is a game, that life is a cruel joke, and that life is what happens…

Quote of the Day – Donella Meadows on Direction

An interesting, and smart, perspective. I hadn’t thought about things in this manner. A good reminder is always necessary. Happy Friday, my friends. If we haven’t specified where we want to go, it is hard to set our compass, to muster enthusiasm, or to measure progress. But vision is not only missing almost entirely from…

Photo of the Day – Contrasting Art

Today’s photo comes from a neat art installation from the Experience Music Project in Seattle. Rare is a bright, clear blue sky day in Seattle, Washington. When they do happen, however, they’re something to behold. I found this red toned art against the blue skies quite striking.

Quote of the Day – Ernest Hemingway on …Why?

There are so many great things, tidbits, nuggets, and moments of strength in this quote. I find so much going on around my life, young ones gone too soon, old ones moving on to the next adventure, and moments sweeping by so fast that you’ve hardly a moment to recognize them. When it is in…

Photo of the Day – Mt. Tabor Park

This wasn’t my original choice for photo of the day, instead I had something else planned. Then, my crappy internet service provider decided to be really slow, so I went for a walk instead of cursing their name to high-heavens. On my walk, I took this photo.