After five months, 17 states, and 3,200 miles, Anna Judd has finally stopped running. The California artist and activist finished a mighty journey on Saturday — completing at least one marathon a day, from California to New York City, all in an effort to raise consciousness about American war veterans and the struggles they face.
Walt Whitman on the prairie.
"Your error," he said, " is that you see it as Black or White. Clearly, it is Black AND White"
"These are the days that must happen to you…"
(at Heutter Prairie)
“In wisdom gathered over time I have found that every experience is a form of exploration.”
Half way through my 19-mile @charitymiles ride for @michaeljfoxorg this morning in #cdaid.
#GetUpGetOutGetMoving (at Fernan Lake)
Where the boat leaves from…
“We are tethered to people, places and things just as a boat is tethered to a dock. They enable us to rise and fall with the tides of life, without drowning…”
Dawn along the Spokane River. (at Johnson Mill River Park/Beach)
Sure I’m wearing pajamas in the afternoon on a Tuesday and my 3yo might have just pooped on the carpet, but according to The webbys I’m a winner.
"Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper made into a vintage 1912 Bioshock Infinite-type waltz cover!
Get the MP3: http://msclvr.co/vw0UR6
"The world is big, and I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark"
(at Wyoming Tree)