I sat down to write something here today, and I'm... stumped. There's a plethora of topics I'd like to write about: how saying goodbye is harder for some people more than others, how coming home can mean coming back to the things you once loved but drifted from, how I just want to sit in a corner and read for the duration of this weekend, how this post in response to the recent #blacklivesmatter happenings resonated with me, how it's my birthday and I have absolutely no plans and am satisfyingly okay with that, and the list goes on.

I just got back from vacation a few days ago, and I have a slew of photos to share once I narrow down my favorites, but for now I'll just share this gorgeous 4th of July sunset before the fireworks show in downtown Fernandina Beach, Florida. It was perfect. I looked up and felt like God swiped his paintbrush on this section of the sky, just for me to capture it on camera, and my camera still doesn't even do it justice.

So here I am, sitting at my brand new desk (thanks, husband) inspired to write about all the things but am only motivated to go downstairs, warm up a bowl of chicken tortellini soup and watch Broad City until my mom comes over. So that's what I'm going to do, because it's my birthday and I'll lounge if I want to, and also because I'm coming off a 10-hour day at the office, and as much as I'm loving this new desk, I'm not in the mood to sit at one any longer than I have to.

That's all.