The great acts of love are done by those who are habitually performing acts of kindness. – Victor Hugo, Les Miserables
A lovely thought from a fantastic novel. We don’t need fancy dinners or diamond rings to show someone that we love them. One the contrary, we need less tangible things like consistency, loyalty, and, hopefully, laughter. What matters is that your friends&sweethearts understand you, appreciate your quirks, and remain by your side (come what may).
In an effort to remain habitual/consistent with my rah rah rah experiments, I decorated the Minneapolis bike trail with a ‘happy fall’ banner. The simple banner was made by painting burlap and then stringing the letters together on a ribbon. Happy fall, y’all:
When the experiment ended, I met up with Lauren for thrift store shopping. We didn’t find any clothes, so we bought non-prescription glasses for fancy dinners, baby showers, and hot dates.
I got home feeling pretty optimistic about the day, but wishing my sign had ended with “y’all.” I made a pretty graphic to make up for it:
what you say when you fall out of bed
opps!! i just fallababa!