I'm currently nerding out over The Force Awakens, which I saw yesterday. I can't remember the last time I fell so in love with a movie. I would see it again (and again, and again) in a heartbeat. It's so easy fall into the hole of endless entertainment on the internet, but when you see something that makes you genuinely feel
things, it's just an incredible experience.
It's no secret that I'm not the biggest fan of the holidays, but I have been doing a lot better with them. I am used to being extremely busy and surrounded by people. When I'm here, it's endless unstructured solitary time. It's such a huge contrast that it is often shocking to my system. I've been pretty sick since I got home, and instead of trying to force myself to do things that I consider worthwhile, I'm trying to just embrace what I have here--the unstructured time and solitude. Those things can be relaxing and recharging, but I'm just not good at not doing everything all the time.
It's all about framing.
Today I took a lot of festive photos.
Toby is such a cute old dog.
Panic did not enjoy the snowman posing.
Happy Holidays to everyone, I hope they bring good things no matter what they look like for you.