Pychologically, the color purple has a strong influence on the condition of a person's feelings or mood.
According to the Verrywell.com page, the color purple can bring a person to a variety of different feelings.
However, in general, the color bronze is considered a color that shows personality. In terms of sociology, the color purple is known as someone who is mysterious, the imagination.
Meanwhile, dark or dark purple has a psychological meaning as a person who is attached to luxury or wealth. Meanwhile, colors with lavender nuances are known as people who are quite feminist, sentimental and nostalgic.
Where I feel one with the Spirit 🌈⛰🏜Miracles on the night #2 .
How is it possible to express an experience when you are woken up in the middle of the night on your campground by some noise, you look for the flash light and there stands the cutest and most innocent being - a little coyote with the big ears just a few feet away staring at you, confused by the light. Not being able to fall asleep right away I started watching the bright moon coming out from the behind the mountain and at that very moment I see the falling star, the fire ball- shooting across the sky right by the moon. How big is the chance for all of it to happen as a chain of events while everyone else is asleep?! It was a gift and I’m deeply grateful and moved for such an opportunity to deeply connect to nature. 🥳💃🏼🥰
Pacific Breeze documents Japan’s blast into the stratosphere. By the 1960s, the nation had achieved a postwar miracle, soaring to become the world’s second largest economy. Thriving tech exports sent The Rising Sun over the moon. Its pocket cassette players, bleeping video games, and gleaming cars boomed worldwide, wooing pleasure points and pumping Japanese pockets full of yen. Japan’s financial buoyancy also permeated its popular culture, birthing an audio analog called City Pop. This new sound arose in the mid ’70s and ruled through the ’80s, channeling the country’s contemporary psyche. It was sophisticated music mirroring Japan’s punch-drunk prosperity. City Pop epitomized the era, providing a soundtrack for emerging urbanites. An optimistic spirit buzzed through the music in neon-bathed, gauzy tableaus coated with groove-heavy strokes. Pacific Breeze is an expertly compiled collection of choice cuts that range from silky smooth grooves to innovative techno pop bangers and everything in between. Long-revered by crate diggers and adventurous music heads, this music has never been released outside of Japan until now. Including key artists like Taeko Ohnuki and Minako Yoshida, as well as cult favorites Hitomi Tohyama and Hiroshi Sato, the long-awaited release also features newly commissioned cover painting by Tokyo-based artist Hiroshi Nagai, whose iconic images of resort living have graced the covers of many classic City Pop albums of the 1980s. Many of the key City Pop players evolved from the Japanese New Music scene of the early ’70s, as heard on Light In The Attic’s acclaimed Even a Tree Can Shed Tears: Japanese Folk & Rock 1969-1973, the first release of the ongoing Japan Archival Series. In fact, you could say City Pop set sail with a champagne smash from Happy End, the freakishly talented subversives who included amongst their ranks Haruomi Hosono and Shigeru Suzuki, both featured here.
Nordstrom Rack clearance find #2 : Pleated, pink linen @theory pants $300–>$13!! ••• The move is beginning to feel super real; though we’re in that frustrating in between where it’s too early to truly pack (particularly with a toddler) but also not really worthwhile to keep things tidy and organized. Today we’re off to Ikea to look for a few odds and ends and then Home Depot to at least have some boxes on standby. It’s going to be a crazy 2-3 weeks!!
Life lesson #2 : Instead of buying your children what you didn’t have, teach them what you didn’t know. 🤍
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I must really have a thing for the color orange..?
I am SO SO happy to announce that I’ve been accepted into the #2 Master of Library Information program in the country!! I will be attending online while I work.
I AM GOING TO BE A LIBRARIAN. 🥰📚
don’t let this belly fool you... she’s the one that’s pregnant.
anne & i are super excited to announce that baby #2 is on the way. she doesn’t want to admit that it’s a boy, but it’s definitely a boy.
this is where we had our first date. i knew that night that she had to be the one. she is the funniest, most caring, & beautiful person on this planet. i couldn’t ask for a better wife & baby-raising partner. we’re so excited to add one more to our little family.