Hump Day Inspiration - OMG Cute Things
Back in the summer of 2009, Portland, Oregon-based designer and creative director Ian Coyle decided that he would print a daily thought for 73 days straight. Using his 1950's letterpress, he printed and inked by hand these messages that seem to have new meaning as we begin this new year. "Some were random, some pertinent, it was a great way to end each day," he says of the project.
Stay humble, stay hungry.
You don't get to choose, you just fall in love and you get this person who is all wrong and all right at the same time. And you know you love them so much except sometimes they drive you completely insane - no one can explain it. And the reason it is so confusing is because it's love and if love didn't have challenges , what would be the point?
A higher purpose for desirable AND undesirable encounters...
Oh Yeah? Did all that and more - went without, sacrificed, made do, raised and nurtured his 2 children, kept the home fires burning while he socialised every night at the pub when the money and prestige kicked in. I took the kids to school, outings, church, picnics, movies events etc. by myself and then got kicked in the teeth after 20 years when he took off with a co-worker.
It took me so long to learn this... Through a lot of pain and tears and heartache brought on by my own thoughts, I have come to realize that being perfect is not the ultimate goal in life. Embracing the things that make me human, that make me relatable to others, my flaws, has given me more joy and understanding than "perfection" ever could.
I'm perfectly imperfect