Something about it makes me feel good about humanity.
I had a weird dream last night that I learned how to rock climb by climbing Devil's Tower in Wyoming.
And I was totally fine the entire time I was climbing. Fearless. Just slow strutting up the shear face of this thing.
And then I got to the top and looked down at what I had accomplished... the heights I had risen to... and that's when the paralyzing fear kicked in hard. I was overwhelmed. I remember making a conscious decision to sit down and give myself some time to really come to terms with the accomplishment. Something about not being able to undo what I had done (even though it was an amazing, powerful thing) was really difficult to process. I could never again in my life say that I hadn't climbed a 1,300 foot extinct volcano.
I think there is something in that feeling. Sometimes success and moving forward are scary just because it means a fundamental change in yourself. Even if that change is good and even if your life looks more than ever like what you always dreamed it would look like, it's still a thing you have to fucking process and take time trying to get your claws around. And that's okay.
This song is fucking killing me it's so awesome. Just bury me in the ground with a boom box playing this on an infinite loop.
Major Lazer - You're No Good (featuring Santigold, Vybz Kartel, Danielle Haim, and Yasmin)
Seriously, you guys... SO GOOD.
And now for some veryveryvery serious business.
I'm sure you guys are aware of my lifelong quest for the mirror-like shine and gloss of Kyle Richards' hair.
I'm not saying I'm there yet, but some major progress has been made because of this product: