Make sure to stop and smell the roses, daffodils, tulips, daisies and even dandelions (or you can eat dandelions, I have, it's a little weird, there's a post about it somewhere), splash in puddles, marvel at a bug crossing the sidewalk, show your kids or grand kids something cool about the world they live in, sail or paddle a boat, walk some trails, sleep under the stars, stare at a campfire (Caveman TV), try weird food you can't pronounce, learn some foreign words and find meaning, fish for something, anything, take some photos, tell others about what you've found, make new friends, open the door for people, listen to those that have been on this Earth longer than you have, just be happy with the little things, turn your TV off, go outside and do your best to foster joy and wonder in those you encounter throughout your day.
And with that, a few things experienced over the last week or so, in the spirit of my rambling sentence above:
I made a pirate flag.
Roasted some coffee.
Got some new kit/gear.
Took another walk in the woods at Valley Water Mill Park.
Ate some great local food.
Went fishing with a new pole, a Japanese tenkara fly rod.
Sewed and made a tripod camp stool.
Started reading this, it's nearly finished.
And some other random stuff.