Summer Nights With Friends

More about this day can be found on https://chrissie.blog/2019/11/02/summer-nights-with-friends-part-2/

**For the month of November each year, I try to focus on something I’m thankful for each day. It is the month that holds Thanksgiving where I live, after all. Focusing on the positive and remembering the little things that make life great are things I should do more often. Last year I found that writing every day during the holiday time got a bit stressful. So this year I’m writing throughout the year and scheduling the posts to go out in November.

Windmills in Winter

We had a glorious night snowboarding a bit ago. At the top of the hill, I sat down for a minute to listen to the windmill and enjoy the snow fairies dancing around me. How awesome is this view and the sound of the windmill in action?

Windmills at Jiminy Peak

I’m a bit late on this post, but it was for Nov 30.

Highlighted Blog #30 – Art and Soul Space

As I wrap up November’s highlighted blogs, it’s been interesting to see what holds appeal for me. I learned a bit about myself and encourage you to read over of lists of sites you follow. It was a treat reading the list, seeing how many people I connect with. People who take the time to write and share and make life a better place for others.

It seems like Art and Soul Space – connecting with the heart of creativity is a great closure for the month. The blog is a nice balance of great imagery, poetry, art and introspect. Hope you like it as much as I do.



The Opposite of Anxiety I’m breaking my own rules. Best kind to break. Instead of waiting an entire whole year to share another ‘Late Middle-Aged to Early-Old Crazy Art Lady’ adventure, here’s a tale for you a mere two weeks since the last episode. It’s because I can’t resist shouting from the rooftops about Uluru and […]

via Between a Rock and a Soft Place — Art and Soul Space

Highlighted Blog #29 – Mr. Adam’s Travels

When I can’t hit the road in real life, you’ll always find me arm-chair traveling, and Mr. Adam’s Travels is one of my favorite sites to follow. I think this is because he highlights interesting places, has great images, but also provides practical tips and thought-provoking insights such as in his travel summary post in which he states:

We’re here, worrying about our internet speeds… What colour to paint the house… Whether our online shopping will be delivered on time.
Who really cares?
There is a whole world out there of people struggling to survive.

https://www.mradamstravels.com/return-long-term-travel/

Sculpture by the Sea is an art & culture event in Sydney, Australia. It takes place for 3 weeks each year in October/November. Here is all you need to know! 15 more words

via Sculpture by the Sea – Sydney, Australia — Mr Adam’s Travels

Highlighted Blog #29 – Mr. Adam's Travels

When I can’t hit the road in real life, you’ll always find me arm-chair traveling, and Mr. Adam’s Travels is one of my favorite sites to follow. I think this is because he highlights interesting places, has great images, but also provides practical tips and thought-provoking insights such as in his travel summary post in which he states:

We’re here, worrying about our internet speeds… What colour to paint the house… Whether our online shopping will be delivered on time.
Who really cares?
There is a whole world out there of people struggling to survive.

https://www.mradamstravels.com/return-long-term-travel/

Sculpture by the Sea is an art & culture event in Sydney, Australia. It takes place for 3 weeks each year in October/November. Here is all you need to know! 15 more words

via Sculpture by the Sea – Sydney, Australia — Mr Adam’s Travels

Highlighted Blog #26 – Annezazu

Another blog from another colleague. I truly have the best colleagues. Just sayin’ :). Anne is a powerhouse nomad who is one of my heroes in life. Her dynamic brilliance is ever focused on making life better for others. Amazing.

My card got declined today while grocery shopping. It was ironic as I have been “home” in San Diego for an extended period of time yet still somehow managed to set off alarm bells with some bot overlord in charge of tracing fraudulent activity. It normally only happens when I’m on the road and forgetful […]

via As close as we can — annezazu