Monthly Archives: July 2015
Sound advice for people from all walks of life. Just say “better not” to hard drugs.
I’ve been mulling over doing a weekly or monthly post of all the cool things I’ve seen from other sites and want to share with the world. A lot of my favorite pop culture blogs do this and it’s been a fantastic way for me to learn about new sites and find amazing new reading/watching […]
I took this a little while back but it’s one of my favorite photos. I shot it at the Beaufort Farmer’s Market while the Six Pack of Gentlemen (Husband’s band) were on a break. Love the combo of instruments and nature.
Now that I’m on vacation my life feels a little less like this. A little.
One of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite books of all time. I truly believe dreams can come true with wishes and sacrifice.
It recently occurred to me that I have never written a “Hey, Watch This!” post about any horror movies. How sad. How tragic. Horror movies, as I’m sure I have expressed before, are one of my favorite things. I like slashers, supernatural beings, psychological thrillers. Pretty much the entire gamut. A few nights ago Husband […]
Every day I try to remind myself that I’m lucky to have found someone with whom my dreams merge.
Licentious Say It: \lī-ˈsen(t)-shəs\ Part of Speech: adjective Definition (as defined by Merriam-Webster): lacking legal or moral restraints, especially disregarding sexual restraints. Used in a Sentence (aka How I Found It): “You must be present for the betterment of our people, not just off jet-setting around the globe to sate your vulgar, licentious appetites.” “Fearful Pranks Ensue” American Horror Story […]
Some days you have to remember to give yourself a hand. Who else is going to do it?
I’ve always hated the phrase “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade!” Don’t tell me what to do with my lemons.
If I only had a dime for every time I have shared this thought, I would be richer than Bill Gates and Steve Jobs combined.
Roald Dahl has been one of my favorite authors since early childhood. In eighth grade, my English class had to pose as wax figures of famous persons and deliver a short speech about his/her life when asked. Naturally, I posed as Roald Dahl because he was a super badass and ultra wise. Still one of […]
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about changing jobs. I know, I know- who would dare to dream of leaving the glamorous life of retail behind? The answer is me. I hate retail with the burning passion of a million suns. I can’t wait for the day when shops no longer exist at all, just […]
It’s the little things in life that bring the most satisfaction. At least, that’s the way it’s supposed to be.
I’ve written before about how much I love this song and how it’s been a real self-esteem booster. Still in love with it. Totally advice that I will give my own children one day.
Surprise! It’s playlist time bitches. I know I haven’t written about music in a very long time but it has not been far from my mind. Husband and friends opened a music store (Downeast Bound Music) earlier this year and I have spent a large portion of the last few months surrounded by instruments and […]
A perfect idea from one of my favorite books of all time. I wake up every day trying to remember that almost anything is possible.
I think everyone would do well to take some advice from tiny baby Louis Stevens. What’s living indeed?
Words to live by on the daily. That Richard Bach is a very smart man.