sometimes i am my own worse enemy. i fear the worse. i actually play out in my head- what is the worse possible (before doing something i'm anxious about) thing that could happen? why?! i am a strong female- i don't know why i stress so much. yesterday i went back to bikram for the 4:30 class- i was so worried i would crash and burn. i had not been in awhile and i guess i thought i would just forget 5 years plus of my yoga practice?! why do i even have to go there in my head? guess what?!! it was a GREAT class. i didn't have to stop once and my teacher said my practice is the strongest it has ever been. i am trying to challenge myself this week to not let those 'you can't' voices take over. i want to focus on positivity and seeking the truth not the lies we chose to feed ourselves. life is too short. i leave you with some positive type for your tuesday.
Their mission is to bring a water source to every person on the planet. Pretty noble, right? And the good news is: over the past three years- they are doing it. Over 700,000 people have water through their wells.
This organization is great because regardless of religious beliefs, we felt it was hard to argue with the fact that everyone deserves water. No matter what background you come from, this is a need that makes sense...
and we can offer a simple solution.
Right now, Charity Water is digging wells in Africa. Each well cost $5000. An email from a student that had started a fund was sent to one of my blogger friends aspiring kennedy, and is currently at $4000 of his goal. Once the additional $1000 is raised, 250 people will have a well dug for them- and just like that, their lives will change.
This organization is supported by thousands of individuals working together for separate wells. The specific well we are raising money for is available here. PLEASE LINK TO THIS WELL! It will make sure that all blogger donations go to the same place. :)
wanted to share this ridiculously awesome pic from tim and erics' show last night. i found their tour bus when we were parking near the granada and in true stalker form i had to get a shot. my plan was to bump into them outside and mentioned my little brother worked on their show so i could get backstage passes but i didn't see them. too bad- ha! check out more details about last night HERE. thanks clark for hooking us up!
this past weekend we went to a good friends' wedding in marfa, alpine and marathon. the rehearsal dinner, our hotel and wedding were spread out among these small te-has towns. taylor and i had never been and really enjoyed exploring the hidden 'gems' of texas. as i mentioned HERE, i was quite inspired by the local scenery. the car ride...well thats another story. not to disclose too much info but at one point taylor had an emergency stop in the middle of no where on the side of the road for me to pee-yikes! our favorite sign in some small town we had never heard of said ' you are now entering the friendliest town in texas.' pretty cute.