OK, so it’s time to share our day to day in Iceland, as well as a few travel tips. Travel tip #1 – Pack a few extra vowels. Yes, not towels, but vowels. There are so many consonants in Icelandic! Most everything is in English too. You will start to notice some trends in words ∞
I wonder if memory pillows hold grudges how they hold lipstick kisses and mascara smudges A spray of perfume And a splash of cologne A mixture In A Fixture Of rectangular foam I wonder if memory pillows remember The night before Christmas that felt like forever The nervous and anxious before the big test Tummy ∞
I am trying to run – Faster than the raindrops I am hoping to love – Brighter than the sun I am aiming to live – Lighter than the heavens Deeper than the ocean Calmer than the moon I am hoping to be – Stronger than the bedrock I am aiming to see – Different… Continue reading Aiming
we promise – though Forever’s impossible – baking uncertainty into the plan. Ignoring every example of ephemeral, setting the cornerstone into the sand. Imagine, instead, being amenable To trying as long as we possibly can Treating each anniversary as the miracle It represents, and we understand
On the way to the plant store Running through my head Is a mixture of hopeful ambition – And dread Each springtime I plant Each summer I preen Each autumn I rant My thumbs are not green Although I do wish My garden would thrive I’d be happy if Some plants do survive
This is the excerpt for your very first post.