The Common Thread. A Sakura Bloom photo documentary celebrating the commonalities that we share through the capture of what makes us unique.
We are excited today to introduce @heather_collins, Heather Collins
Name: Heather Collins
Kids + Ages: River (3), Stellen (6 months)
Where you live: Grand Terrace / Riverside, California.
What is unique about the wall you're standing in front of: It is a wall connected to the Mission Inn in Downtown Riverside. I actually got ready there on the day of my wedding.
I spend 99% of my time chasing my little ones around, and in between that I’m dedicated to working for @thevillagemagazine.
The strangest thing I ever discovered in the bottom of my purse was: A half eaten chap stick from my toddler. It was organic. I think.
When I'm celebrating, you'll find me eating: Donuts; and drinking: Mimosas.
If I could have any superpower, it would be: My superpower would be to heal others.
Making pancakes on the weekend, I'm listening to: Fleet Foxes
If I got pulled over for speeding, I'd most likely be listening to: 90’s R&B
If I could spend a month making the world a better place, I'd: Spend my time feeding hungry children around the world.
The most inspiring Instagram feed to follow is: @dearestdaughters - I’m obsessed with that bunny.
My top tip for a new parent: I would tell them not to fantasize about what they think motherhood should look like, but embrace their own beautiful and messy journey.
My favorite book recommendation: All of the Harry Potter books or The Glass Castle.
If I could only have one Sakura Bloom on a desert island, I'd have: My new bamboo sling in Birch. I think it might be blessed with something magical. It’s just perfection in color and support.
If you get me talking about: Conspiracy theories, you might as well cancel the rest of your day.
The name of my memoir would be: Undeniably predictable
The top item on my bucket list is: To start a nonprofit that will help restore our environment.
If I could go anywhere in the world for a week, I'd choose: Israel, I’d love to walk where Jesus did.
Thank you so much for joining us for The Common Thread!