I recently visited my storage unit to reconnect to some of my old stuff (and memories) and found some things that I had boxed up about five years ago before I sold my home and moved to New York. It’s been a whirlwind since then. I have to admit that moving back from Brooklyn to... Continue Reading →
I loved this article from LIFEHACK and wanted to share it with you. During this crisis, it has been too easy to fall into rabbit holes of self-deprecation and insecurity and to spend too much time comparing ourselves to others on social media. STOP and take a minute to read this and develop these practices... Continue Reading →
This city, shrouded in clouds, flanked by roof-top forests, overgrown with fatina and the like.
Silver slips of harbor beckon you to come...
The Art of Fly Fishing Life is not to be grasped violently Or held onto desperately But rather to be allowed to flow through your fingers Like the delicate line of a fly-fishing rod Artfully cast into the stream Skillfully plotted With a watchful eye And tenderly guided with a firm grip © Sandy Hibbard... Continue Reading →