“It’s been 84 years…and I can still smell the fresh paint.” Okay, yes… That’s a Titanic quote. It’s how I feel coming back to this blog though. It’s been so long since I have expressed myself. Truth is, I don’t know how. I don’t know who I am anymore. My life has changed dramatically since… Continue reading Hello, old friend.
I hate bugs. All of them. I once ran away from a lawn mower because of a bee. I never finished the yard that day. I really love food. To the point where talking about it makes my eyes water. I’m obsessed with the movie P.S. I Love You. I can quote it the… Continue reading Fact!
I apologize. I missed a day of the challenge. That’s my typical procrastinating self though! Day 2: What immediately comes to your mind when you think about your blessings? Do you think of materialistic things? Cars, TV, internet. Do you think about the people who surround you on a daily basis? Your significant other, your… Continue reading It’s Just A Day…
Having boy/girl troubles? Can’t cook? Lack of inspiration? Want to learn almost anything? CREATE A PINTEREST ACCOUNT! I truly look forward to spending time on Pinterest. I feel so revived and refreshed after looking up quotes or learning a new recipe. Pinterest is truly the most affordable therapist I have ever had. Follow me on… Continue reading Pinterest Therapy
So – I’m very mad at myself writing this. I am looking around my house and I have multiple wedding decorations just as general decor (as a lot of brides do). I remember step by step creating each piece, but do I have pictures? NO! Gah. I am kicking myself as this would have made… Continue reading Weddings: Decorations, Vendors and Planning – Oh my!
As you can see by my 10 posts, I am new to this gig. Thus, I will be doing a 30 day writing challenge to keep my wheels greased and let the creative juices flow. Day 1: Discuss your current relationship. More like my only relationship. This isn’t your typical love story. I met… Continue reading Writer’s Block
As a child, Easter was my favorite holiday. Not for the religious side of things. As ironic as it is, my family lived across the street from a church for over 10 years and for whatever reason, we never went. My brother and I occasionally ventured over on our bikes to play with the kids… Continue reading An Adult Easter