“I think the biggest advice I could give is ‘just do it.’ If you have an idea, if you have a passion, don’t wait. The timing is never right. Life is too short not to do what you love. And I found out that when you do what you love — especially something that’s good for the world — you usually find a way to make it work.”—Blake Mycoskie, interview with Rogue Magazine (July 2010).
sometimes i’d watch the sun sink behind the oak trees in my backyard; leaving behind remnants of itself. small pieces floating down to earth, escaping the dark blanket of blue and purple called night. they would hang suspended above the fields, moving slowly, disappearing every moment or so, before flickering yellow again. tiny reminders to me that even in the dark, light remained.