It can be tempting to plan a sunset ceremony followed by a "dance the night away" reception, but it's a waste of a whole lot of energy. Try a late morning/early afternoon ceremony and use sunlight to dance the afternoon away. Not only will you feel more relaxed, but you'll also be giving yourself time to wind down after the festivities. Your helpers will have more time to tear down after it's all over, and you might be able to sneak in a few more portraits. 2013 Year in Review // The Mullers
Afternoon Delight | Jill Soloway’s film is about having it all on the surface and feeling empty underneath. Whether Rachel is right to try to save stripper McKenna from a life of sex work is up for debate, but her journey — which is as much about sexual awakening as it is about finding self-fulfillment — is compelling, hilarious, and sometimes devastating to watch.
Jazzy #Sunday friends and all that Jazz! Spent a lovely afternoon absorbing Montreal International Jazz Festival. This was by far the best performance Emily Estrella & the French Quarter Notes. Joyful music, the sun filled day, reminded me "You will not settle for less than feeling good." - Jennifer R. Cook What my #Tea says to em June 3, feel good, celebrate the joy of you! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vZ6ja6M7Ho (What my #Tea says to me is a daily illustrated series by Jennifer R…
#EDM #EDMSauce #BurningMan #BM2013 "It was an emotional and unifying scene, and though different people have had varying experiences with police on and off the playa, in that moment we were all part of the same shared experience.” – Steve Gorman Read more: http://www.edmsauce.com/2013/09/03/heres-incredible-story-burning-man-festival/#ixzz2dwxNCaEQ