Be where your feet are. Enjoy the day. There’ll be a day where there won’t be another day.
Here’s to chasing dreams, love, and a life full of laughter.
But most of all – here’s to being, rather than seeming to be.
Life. It’s a funny thing, you know. We spend so much time trying to fit into the ‘perfect’ mold of who the rest of the world wants us to be. And yet, we’re damned if we do and we’re damned if we don’t. It’s like that old saying, “you could be the ripest, juiciest peachRead more
Can you keep a secret y’all? Because I’ve got a big one. As traditional and old fashioned as I tend to be, there is something I can’t help but love and be so intrigued by about the unknown. Anything from astronomy to folk lore, “magic” and the paranormal to superstitions. One of my friends got aRead more
It’s a funny thing… You wake up one day and realize you’re there. The place you dreamed of, the place you worked your ass off to be, the place you never thought you’d reach. Yet, here you are. Maybe it hits you when you catch a glimpse of your reflection in the mirror and instead ofRead more
As I struggle to find the right words, you’ll have to excuse me. It’s been a long week year. 2015 came in a whirlwind, promising to be full of wonderful memories, abound with love, riddled with excitement, that it would be”the best year yet!” But then again, don’t they all? In the true fashion of life, whileRead more
Barely eighteen years old, I was merely a child looking for a home. After four long days of bouncing and singing and phenomenal women with perfect hair – I found so much more than a home. When I opened my envelope to see the words, “It is my pleasure to inform you that you have beenRead more
I’ve talked a lot about love recently – just call me Carrie Bradshaw-in-training (and blame my sentimental nature on the holiday season). But the one thing that my old soul has picked up on as I reflect on modern relationships is the fact that when it comes to finding someone to “do life” with, many guysRead more
I’ve shared before about my hometown, and how (metaphorically) scratching my number off the population sign changed my perspective of life in an itty-bitty farm town. It has been 1,190 days since I packed my entire life into the back of my dad’s pickup truck and took off for those big city lights. It took me overRead more
In a world of so many voices asking you what you’re doing with your life and “what is your plan?” I hope mine can rise above with a resounding “it’s okay if you don’t know.” We spend the first eighteen years of our lives in school, because that’s what we’re expected to do. Upon graduation manyRead more