I love those days. Those days the sun shines. Those days that things feel right.
There is love in the world, there is light in my life. I feel like I live in a Disney movie and I have a full head of thick luxurious hair and a power to freeze things and sing while simultaneously swimming under crystal clear water in underground caves. Oh wait, that is Little Mermaid, and Frozen. I finally watched the latter and loved it. Love how the main love story is actually between two sisters and the main message is to give love enough time to get a good foothold before you move too quickly. Little different than the movies I group up with WHERE ALL OF HER SISTERS LIKE HATED HER AND SHE WANTED TO RUN AWAY WITH A STRANGER. Go Disney!
Just returned home from a week in Playa Del Carmen and Tulum, Mexico after making new friends - catching up with old ones, and seeing out of this world sights like cenotes, bull sharks, and full moons past midnight on the beach without a soul in sight. I think I can ride high from this for a while.
Travel does something to your perspective. And I guess so does scuba diving. It's defintitely one of the best things I've ever done for myself. A whole new way to see the world and appreciate all your senses differently while making new buddies. One of those new buddies is Stephanie. I'm basically mad girl crushing on her and her blog right now.
WE WENT DIVING WITH BULL SHARKS, PEOPLE.
AND IN A CENOTE.
I HAVE TO GO BACK ASAP.
MAJOR FOMO REGARDING ALL HER UPCOMING DIVES.
ALL CAPS. NOTE THE URGENCY IN MY TONE.
But alas, back to the real world, back on land. Back to #MelsOldHouse and I've actually never been happier to start working in the garden. Staring from scratch. Yard is going to be a massive undertaking this year. I'm a litte nervous, and a little stressed, but that's when I excel.