What's On Repeat

I worked six days last week but, in exchange, I have today, Friday, off. I will be heading back to my mother's house, which is about a three-hour drive from my apartment. She doesn't have the Internet, so I will be without any form of social media for a few days. This, honestly, does not bother me. I am concerned, though, that I'll receive pertinent, work-related emails that I cannot answer until Monday. All the same, I am looking forward to a relaxing, enjoyable weekend at home with my cat mom. In addition to writing a couple of book reviews, I need to examine a bunch of newspapers for design and wire content. I also plan on making a couple decorative vases (out of tin and aluminum cans, have you). And, of course, there will be Cupcake Wars.

To alleviate my stress, I've been listening to a lot of music lately. At work, I thrust an earphone into each ear and hurriedly try to compose pages as efficiently as I can before the clock strikes midnight, one, two. At the bottom of this post, you'll find a playlist to what I've been listening to most recently (Florence and the Machine, Lykke Li, Of Monsters and Men and the hypnotizing Brandon Flowers).

But before I leave, here be some more photos of Boone.
















Enjoy your respective weekends, friends.

On Repeat by Dawn on Grooveshark

16 comments:

  1. these are BREATHTAKING!!<3

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  2. These pictures are really gorgeous. It looks like such a lovely, peaceful place.

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  3. firstly: thanks for visiting my blog and for your moving advice! I will be posting more recipes, so if you are wondering what to cook, you can stop by anytime-- good luck with that endeavor, its fun!

    also: these pictures are really breathtaking, they remind me of something long forgotten and now found. really great! Do you have a flickr?

    xx
    -a.B

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  4. Wow you are such a skilled photog! These photos are absolutely stunning! Great music selection!

    Love & Lollies... Jessa

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  5. These photos are so beautiful! Enjoy your weekend at home relaxing. It is nice to get away from the internet now and then :] And great music selection!

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  6. Thank you for coming by earlier! I'm loving your eye for textures and dilapidated landscapes.

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  7. Enjoy your technology free weekend! It's nice to be able to step away from all that noise!

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  8. Lovely pictures! Those are the kind of things I would photograph too! Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  9. The first photo and the melting ice are my favorites!

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  10. I love your pictures! You always find such beauty in simple things.

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  11. Oh man, you're photography is something to look forward to for sure! Wonderful eye my friend! The grain elevators remind of Alberta so much.

    As for the natrual product issue.. I've heard pro-active has done so many wonders, but dries the skin out so much that it become addicted to the product. It's a catch 22 for sure. I think by finding out your skin type (I was diagnosed with super-dry skin, when I actually thought it was oily), while considering diet and stress levels. Unfortunately I think genetics plays a role, but there's a lot of holistic medicine that believes skin problems can be internal issues manifesting physically. At the end of the day really, just do what you need to in order to be happy and at peace with yourself. Make-up for me is my weakness, and until they can make an amazing all-natural mascara that works as amazing as covergirl's lash blast.. I'm not quitting it. lol

    Have a great weekend lady! <3

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  12. Beautiful photos and that playlist is brilliant. I now have some new bands to check out thanks for sharing.

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  13. Have a nice weekend in your mother's house, eating a lot of food: in Italy, when young people come back home, our mothers cook the best dishes for us auhhauhu. This is typical of my country :D food, food, food :)

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  14. it's so nice having a break from social media sometimes! these photos are just amazing!

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  15. I hope you enjoy the days at you mom´s house!

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  16. Beautiful pictures. Sometimes I like being without Internet; it creates some kind of calmness that we don't know anymore that well these days (ha! I am starting to sound old ;) )

    x

    Marielle

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