Happy for this life and so incredibly amazing By the outpouring of love and support that this community has to come together and give give give everything they have to our beautiful friend Amy Holland as she wins this fight against brain cancer! We love you so much sister and are rooting for your beautiful self 1 million percent! You got this girl and clearly thr community of Squaw Valley, your epic ski patrol family and all those in the ski industry and in the town support and adore you so! What an incredible outpouring of love we sat Friday night. It’s all for you girl, we got you and are here to hold you sweetly through it all. #NeverGiveUp#huckitforhoand#Yougotthis#weloveyou#power#courage#love#support#healing#squawvalley#plumbjacksquawvalley#squawalpine#truelove#giving#community
In honor of #artbasel2018miami This is something I stumbled upon unexpectedly while Travelling through the #hillcountrytexas . @flipnart has a clever way of taking old art and repurposing into something - new - funky and fresh. If you’ve store Voght walk art something from @marshalls - @tjmaxx or @homegoods type of stores and you just want it modernized a little. Consider bringing it to @chicasso and let him give your wall a fresh face.
We did it!!! #wcsafe is so thankful to all of our sponsors, vendors, staff, volunteers and supporters who worked so hard to make tonight’s event so special!!! The First Holiday Shop and Give Pop-Up was an amazing night! ❤️❤️❤️ #holiday#give#shop#support#event#detroit.
I have never felt more at peace. As someone who was always loud, opinionated and unfiltered, I didn’t always attract the best crowd. I use to be angry. I use to feel like I had to prove myself all the time - to the wrong people and for the wrong reasons. In the past I felt I had to stay in friendships that were toxic just because “we’ve know each other since high school” or “we’ve been through a lot”. The jobs I worked where the owners reaped the benefits and I was just a number - no more!
I have learned what makes me happy and what I need to do to make a difference. 🌸🌱🌸
Today, I am surrounded by people who bring out the best in me and believe I can reach the stars. Best part, instead of competing we are all working #together ✨🌟✨ 🌸🌱🌸
The cannabis community has welcomed me, supported me and taught me so much more about myself then I ever could have imagined.
This community and industry is so new. We are all start ups, we are all hustling and making dreams happen.
The hard work and most importantly the empowerment that I have seen throughout this community is revolutionary in its own respect.
Let’s take a moment to acknowledge that we are all making a difference. We are all shaping the future of cannabis together and we are all where we need to be. 🌸🌱🌸
I am finally, where I belong 🙌🏼
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Some of the most beautiful, kind humble souls have been through hell and back
and you’d never even know it
Their inner light won
Thankyou to every soul sharing personal stories of hell and back
Each one of you
a beautiful unique
READ @jonnymartin14 ’s STORY! - I first realized that I may be gay around 5th grade. It’s strange that even at that age, I had a thing for older men (I’m now in love and engaged to a man twice my age) I had a huge crush as every 5th grader does, but mine was on a MUCH older teacher of mine. Anyways, fast forward to my first year of college... I still hadn’t come out, but at this point it was blatantly clear to me that I was gay. I met a guy at school that I “fell in love with” (I put this in quotations because it was my first real emotional attachment to another man, which I took as “Love”.) I struggled to keep focus on school with this new found feeling. I quit doing homework, stopped going to class and eventually ended up getting suspended from school for my grades. This meant that I moved away and lost touch with my “first love”. All of these things piled up on top of me trying to hide who I am, and led me to a very extreme depression, with a very serious thought of taking my own life. This is where an angel stepped in. My best friend from high school knew something was wrong when I called her in a full out panic attack. She did not hesitate. She hopped in her car and instantly drove over to me. Little did I know that on her way over she had called my dad. YES, MY FRIEND TOLD MY DAD THAT IM GAY! I couldn’t be more thankful for her! Now, I realize that not everyone would be happy about someone else outing them, but she did it because she loves me and was scared for me. She did it because she loves me unconditionally and knew that I needed help. I am able to live my life freely, as a gay man, engaged to the man of my dreams because of a friend knowing when to step in, before it was too late. I will love her forever for this! Never hesitate to reach out to someone if you need help. Never think that you aren’t worth helping. You are meant to be on this earth no matter what your circumstance. It just takes some help to realize it sometimes. #gay#comingout#gayandproud#shareyourstory#support#supportthecause#lgbt#lgbtq#yourenotalone#gay#gayman#gayboy#gaymen#gayteen#gaystagram#instagay#gaypride#malemodel#gaydaddy#gayfitness#gayisokay#gaylove