I’m chipping away at a 50 book challenge this year and so far I’ve had my nose in everything from Zen Buddhism, dystopian fiction, femme essay-writing, lgbtq poetry, historical + psychological nonfiction + even the kinfolk cookbook. I’m eager to continue expanding my mind in many many areas and I truly feel the more I learn the more ignorant I feel. So much to know and never enough hours in the week, but I’m finding joy in the simplicity of awareness and peace in the chaotic realities of the world, I’m being kinder to myself, and allowing knowledge and understanding to come in whatever form it chooses. you can follow along my book journey on goodreads > www.goodreads.com/lindseyjoan
perpetually waiting 2+ hours in line on a saturday to have brunch at this coveted spot. oddfellows is one of the first cafes I visited when in Seattle for the first time – picking out our little 1 bedroom apartment in Queen Anne and not knowing at all what the next years would hold. It has a special place in my heart not only for the delicious egg sandwiches, but also because it signifies this monumental leap of faith of uprooting and moving to the west coast.
A few quiet moments from an adorable Ballard wedding. Olivia + Kyle’s ceremony was small + intimate with a view overlooking the Puget Sound – among their closest family and friends. I find myself loving weddings like these more and more.
Photos from our roadtrip to John Day Fossil Beds and the badlands of eastern Oregon last fall (… just now getting around to posting because I’m stuck in bed with an intense virus and have finally reached my max capacity for Hulu shows…) find them all HERE.