My Life in Gratitude

I’m grateful for the whispers in my heart that remind me of people who linger still even though our time together was only a moment.

My Life in Gratitude

I’m grateful for people who radiate love into the world through their intentions, actions, and words.

My Life in Gratitude

I’m grateful gratitude is a way of life instead of a trend.

My Life in Gratitude

I’m grateful Davis Glass was willing to work with me, so I didn’t have to reschedule my appointment.

My Life in Gratitude

I’m grateful for opportunities to see the good in people.

My Life in Gratitude

I’m grateful for days when my positive self-talk overrules my negative self-talk.

My Life in Gratitude

I’m grateful for people who use words to heal rather than to hurt.

unconsumption:


If you visited Governor’s Island in New York last summer you most certainly saw the billowing, cloud-like structure that sits in the middle of the lawn. …
It’s not until you get up close that you realize it’s made from many, many plastic bottles stringed together. “53,780 used plastic bottles,” says designer Jason Klimoski, “the number thrown away in NYC in just 1 hour.” Klimoski and his team at STUDIO KCA collected the bottles – a combination of milk jugs and water bottles – and lashed them together to create “Head in the Clouds,” a pavilion people can walk into, sit inside, and contemplate just how much plastic is thrown away every day.
The structure … is now looking for its next home. If you’re interested in having this in your back yard get in touch with the designers.

More: A Sculptural Cloud of Plastic Bottles Illustrates One Hour of Trash in NYC | Colossal

unconsumption:

If you visited Governor’s Island in New York last summer you most certainly saw the billowing, cloud-like structure that sits in the middle of the lawn. …

It’s not until you get up close that you realize it’s made from many, many plastic bottles stringed together. “53,780 used plastic bottles,” says designer Jason Klimoski, “the number thrown away in NYC in just 1 hour.” Klimoski and his team at STUDIO KCA collected the bottles – a combination of milk jugs and water bottles – and lashed them together to create “Head in the Clouds,” a pavilion people can walk into, sit inside, and contemplate just how much plastic is thrown away every day.

The structure … is now looking for its next home. If you’re interested in having this in your back yard get in touch with the designers.

More: A Sculptural Cloud of Plastic Bottles Illustrates One Hour of Trash in NYC | Colossal

My Life in Gratitude

I’m grateful for the motivation to work on the projects that move me toward my goals.

My Life in Gratitude

I’m grateful for people who inspire me to look beyond the surface.