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It’s You

Have a lovely weekend readers?

Dawn

Dawn

I had a rather chill, relaxing and enjoyable weekend which involved a nice late lunch on Saturday and Sunday was spent with the parentals at the markets and the place of all places: Ikea! Oh how I loveeeee (food and random stuff). Came across an awesome print and now scurrying around to find monies to buy that baby… all $280 dollars of it! =D

Other things that I did:
•  Finish “The Sartorialist” book, (absolute LOVE – has got me super super motivated), some of the images in that book will be ingrained in me for a long long time and has given me another perspective when looking at people, life and things.
•  Fed the ducks last night at the park nearby. Oh they’re so cute… as I was heading towards the pond, all the ducks started flocking over quacking away and devouring the bits of carbs I was throwing at them. Mmmm…. carbs. It took less than 10 minutes to go out and feed those ducks – but it was a really nice simple moment.
•  Star gazing. The sky cleared and not a cloud in sight… the sky just twinkled with specs of glitter. Gorgeous!
•  And played with my DIY light box, oh what fun!

And to end off:

“To climb steep hills requires a slow pace at first.”

– Shakespeare

So people, get moving and stop waiting for things to fall into your lap! Get out there and make it happen, even if you have to crawl at first to climb that hill.

-d

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2 responses to “It’s You

  1. Island March 22, 2010 at 15:36

    Hello there, Miss D!
    After seeing The Sartorialist everywhere on Tumblr and I come across this entry of yours and it’s recommened by you, I think I should read it 🙂 So much things to do with so little time. It scares me T_T

    Hope you have a good week!

    • debbii March 22, 2010 at 15:43

      Miss Island-shii! =D

      I think it’s a great book… not so much to read, mainly photographs, but the little text here and there gives readers a nice insight as to how/ why he takes his photos.

      And yes, so little time to do things, and we’re not getting any younger either. 😉

      -d

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