Please read these words carefully, and look at this NY Times article as well, before you think this is a political post by me. It’s not! What it is, is a post showing that Facebook is allowing false adds to be placed on their site. The funny thing is, is this FALSE ADD by Elizabeth Warren is making a false claim about Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg, and Facebook allowed it. My point isn’t about who to vote for. My point is, we have reached a point in society where even the network (in this case FB) doesn’t even care when you lie about them, as long as they get paid for it. It’s a sad state. BTW - I’m not declaring who I’m voting for by posting this. I’m just sad that our country has gotten to this state. And no, I’m not naive. There’s always been dishonesty in politics. But not to the level we’re at in 2019 Here is the link to the fake add - https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2019/10/12/technology/elizabeth-warren-facebook-ad.amp.html
The weekend was a walk in the park...literally! 3 of them to be exact! I had the good fortune to work with 3 sets of rock star clients in 3 stunning Colorado parks. I wish I had some behind the scenes footage from the 2nd location on this shoot. Kudos to @vmchavez1 - this brave lady climbed a rocky mountain, right to the very edge, wearing a skirt and heeled boots! 💃🏼💯👢 She’s my hero! 🙌🏼 ⠀
There’s much work to be done behind the scenes in the next few weeks to prepare all these gorgeous galleries. Before I get some office time in I’m headed up to Longmont to meet with another sweet Colorado bride to discuss all her fun wedding plans! Meeting clients is one of my favorite parts of the job. Chatting over coffee is the best. ☕️ Especially on chilly fall mornings!
Wild Sunflowers at the Flatirons. 🌻 In and of itself, a sunflower is a neutrally existing organism. However, to me, sunflowers seem to just radiate happiness. That may be cultural conditioning... but all that aside, they are a beautiful expression of nature. And they are very helpful for the bees!
A word on happiness 🙂: Happiness is not a material matter, and thus it is never a person, a place, or a thing – it is always a self-created state within the consciousness of each human being. Of course external situations help to influence happiness or lack thereof, but in the end, it is up to each individual whether he/she lets themselves be happy or not. As an example, a human being may have any and every material desire that he/she could ever ask for, yet be completely miserable. On the flip side, it is possible that the poorest and most disadvantaged individual may feel like the happiest and luckiest person in the world. After all, all of life is just made up of a series of learning experiences. 🌻
Feeling particularly grateful today for all of the support for what I do! 🙏 I logged in this morning and discovered a significant increase in people following my feed, which surpassed the 4K mark. Hello! And THANK YOU to all of you who show appreciation for my work! And also a big thank you to @artistic_unity_ for the nice repost! ❤️❤️❤️ #Repost@artistic_unity_ (@get_repost)
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