Friday’s Inspiration: Juneteenth!

How was your week? We are collecting cards and passing out gifts to our lovely teachers as a summer so long. The nights are the perfect kind; breezy with moist air. I am eating salty pretzels by the numbers and watermelon by the arms full. We are celebrating a very special 7-year-old this weekend, too. What a joy it will be to look back on all the magical spins with him.

I really want to say Thank You! Thank you for your love, support and endless kindness on this journey and the many that came before it. I can’t wait to share more of the renovation process here with you. If you’re signed up for With Love, L, you’ll get a letter from me Monday morning. In the meantime, here’s what inspired me this week:

Geoffrey Holder and his history with dance.

The Importance Of Black-Owned Clothing Stores

A reading list for kids for Juneteenth

and what a push to celebrate it federally may conceal


Something I can’t stop dancing to… Have fun again!

Something I can’t stop watching: Baldwin, 1979

Something I can’t stop imagining in The Mae House

Have a beautiful one!

(Photograph of Ming Smith via Cultured Mag. This post includes affiliate links. If you choose to purchase something, we may earn a small commission.)

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