Coffee. Yes, please! I'm swaying back and forth and my mouth's watering just thinking about it. No, no. Not just any dark sludge will do. Instant? No thanks. Black coffee, with no sweetening or color? I can't. Sorry. Toward the end of the summer, I committed to visiting independently owned, local, different coffee shops. I'd… Continue reading Coffee. Yes, please!
Yesterday's high was in the upper 60s. Today's was 28 degrees (Fahrenheit), with snow, beginning with sleet late last night. That schizophrenic weather's pretty standard here in Colorado, starting in the autumn, continuing through the winter, and going all the way to the end of spring. What I'm not used to is, driving on ice,… Continue reading Autumn Snow in Colorado
I've been frequenting various coffee shops in the Denver area over the past few weeks or so, and they all seem so unique and different. Lily Chang © 2018 These places take on the personality of the designer, the people working there, the location, or a combination of different factors. You are all a part… Continue reading Friendship Friday
It's been cloudy and cold all week. Many conversations and dealings encrusted in bitterness and self-indulgence I've had to referee. However, I will not be sucked into a dark cloud but instead shall share some pockets of brightness and joy. I'm thankful for... Cloud coverage on my morning drives every day this week, so I… Continue reading Thankful Thursday
Before I was cast into the throws of the harshness and cruelness of reality, I loved chatting with people. A goal is to rekindle that love of talking with others and hearing their life stories. I might have mentioned here that I'm visiting at least one new (new to me, anyways) coffee shop a week.… Continue reading Conversation in Community
I was doing a photo shoot during the sound check for "Femme Fatale," performed by the YAO (Young Artist Orchestra), a part of the DYAO (Denver Young Artist Orchestra). Lily Chang © 2018 Hearing and watching young musicians preparing for the first big concert of the season was inspiring and wonderful. It was a joy… Continue reading Radiant Paragon of Beauty
Yesterday, I had heard a guy share a bit about how he came to be at the church he's currently attending. He talked about some difficulties in finding a good fit. At one point, he said, "My wife has Tourette's [Syndrome], and I wrestle with playing well with others." That statement spoke volumes to me.… Continue reading Proscribe Perfect