Inputs

March 2nd, 2012

I’m trying to be more mindful of input and output flow in my life. Hence the (sort of ) weekly Inputs feature. This was definitely a week where I put out more than I took in, but here are some of the good things that nourished me anyway:

 

Time with friends and colleagues in Nashville at Blissdom. I couldn’t survive on a steady diet of that intensity, but what a feast. Amy captured the spirit of it with this poem.

Bonus input: Tracey  introduced me to a great cover of Blue Bayou by the Cox Family.

 

Dinner out with the family on Mardi Gras (week before last, but it sustained me while we were apart).

 

I read some things that fed my soul:

“Trust is Shorthand for Going with the Flow” by Marianne Williamson 

“how to turn your creative online platform into an art” by Justine Musk

 

A thing that fed my mind:

“The time I referred to the ‘black guy,’ and other tales of racial awkwardness” by Rage Against the Minivan

 

And one thing that simply blew me away.

8″ by Black Hockey Jesus

 

Hope your weekend brings you many good things.

Kyran

3 Responses to “Inputs”

  1. Thanks for linking! Bummed I wasn’t able to go to blissdom, it looks like it was so much fun!

  2. So flattered. Thank you.

  3. ats says:

    I love you. Like a sister. Can you be my mentor + I will be your muse?

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