“Whatever you’re doing today, do it with the confidence of a four-year-old in a Batman T-shirt.” ~ Unknown
“Happiness means loving yourself and being less concerned with the approval of others.” ~ Owen Campbell, Jr. Trevor Noah came to campus today as the inaugural opening for a year-long schedule of events to recognize the desegregation of the University of Kentucky. He made some very poignant, important points. He was totally worth the early morning arrival. I think Danielle enjoyed it, too.
“It’s the heart that knows the path. The mind is just there to organize the steps.” ~ Jeff Brown I was riding at the back of the boat as we sped down Norris Lake when I thought I’d try something: Turn the focal length from 16mm to 35mm and slowing down the shutter speed while also moving. This was the best of the lot. Clearly not my forte but it
“A good life is when you smile often, dream big, laugh a lot, and realize how blessed you are.” ~ Zig Zigler It was Open House today at Special Collections Research Center. Our exhibit is taken from our archived photo collections and it’s called WildCATS. But they also asked for photos of employee kittehs. You might recognize two of the babes from the Terry Household, and the other three
“It’s time to just be happy. Being angry, sad, and overthinking isn’t worth it anymore. Just let things flow. Be positive.” ~ Unknown Back when the side project had a side project and we were in rehearsal, our guitarist Chris Mears gave me a copy of his last band in England, New Volunteer. I’ve been listening to it since then and I love it. Today, we learned our side project’s
“Sometimes, when you’re in a dark place you feel like you’ve been buried, but you’ve actually been planted.” ~ Christine Caine
“Be kind. That’s how you kill the monsters.” ~ Unknown
“Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where Nature may heal and cheer and give strength to body and soul alike.’” ~ John Muir I will never eat Manwich without thinking fondly of Greg Daniel’s mother, Wanda, who, long before this can’s suggestion, introduced a slice of American Cheese to the sandwich to me. She and Greg gave me one of the
“May today’s path take you to beautiful places.” ~ Unknown Why have one masters degree when you can have two? Tuesday was a big day. Warren and Reneé got married and I went to orientation for the Masters of Historic Preservation program. Classes start Monday. I’m super excited to start this journey.
“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” ~ Audrey Hepburn Erin held her second book release reading this evening at the Carnegie Center. It’s a beautiful collection of personal stories called Cinderella Sweeping Up. I absolutely delight in her passion for the arts, the way she drives herself forward in making new work, celebrating her life