Featured in Stanford Magazine…
A great philosophy and reminder from Maria Brilaki, author of “Surprisingly…Unstuck,” a book about the power of small healthy habits.
Also, a rainbow. :)
The tree chillin behind Memorial Church, reading a magazine!
I’m thankful for – Day #19 – Coffee Shops
My favorite way to spend a rainy day:
reading and coffee at Starbucks with Henning. :)
Let this be documented as one of the few times in the past year I’ve read a magazine. Sad, but true.
Let it also be documented that I have been trying to wear more scarves.
And I LOVE this one. Such an easy way to change up an outfit.
Sometimes Henning likes to read in bed, so we rubber-banded a tiny desk light to the thermostat. Probably not so safe in an earthquake, but does the job for now!
I am happy to announce that I finally finished Gregory David Roberts’ “Shantaram,” which was by far the best 900+ page book I’ve ever read.
Gregory David Roberts was born in Melbourne, Australia. Sentenced to nineteen years in prison for a series of armed robberies, he escaped and spent ten of his fugitive years in Bombay—where he established a free medical clinic for slum-dwellers, and worked as a counterfeiter, smuggler, gunrunner, and street soldier for a branch of the Bombay mafia. Recaptured, he served out his sentence, and established a successful multimedia company upon his release. Roberts is a now full-time writer and lives in Bombay.