"See something. Say Something" has been around all 31 years of my life, but there seem to be many schools of thought on the subject, and interesting enough, most of them are political positions. This is NOT a political story, but I can't help but be fascinated by the connections between politics and emotional and … Continue reading Ending the cycle of abuse.
Procrastination is a bitch, even for the most ambitious people. I've discovered I do this thing in the morning as I'm waking up, and becoming conscious of it has made me question myself and whether I'm really as am ambitious as I think I am. As I'm laying in bed, half conscious, I start thinking … Continue reading The Zen of Procrastination
:: Caution!!! This post was written while ... slightly intoxicated. :: It's funny how your mind expands and welcomes wilder, more daring imaginations when you've been drinking. It's weird how your perspective changes to become much more accommodating, hospitable, and kind when you've been drinking. Alcoholism is horrible, offensive, and destructive, and I'm not condoning … Continue reading Tipsy
It's no secret that I work at American Red Cross and have been fundraising for disasters for three years now, but this week has been the most difficult, challenging and yet, also satisfying week of those three years. I was deployed to East Texas where I grew up, and I've been working every waking moment … Continue reading Texas Tornadoes
Every step I've taken has led me to where I am right now, and it's hard to pick one situation or event that influenced me being here now more than the rest. It could be funny to review all my near death experiences, because if any of those had taken a different turn, I certainly … Continue reading What one situation or event, more than any other in my life, has done more to make me who I am; and why and how has it done so?
I would be a dragon! It's the best of both worlds; it's a cat that can fly! I love all animals, even the ugly ones, but I have always had a special connection with cats. When I was 6, my dad took my brother and me to a nearby neighbor's house a few miles down … Continue reading If I were a fish, animal or fowl, what would I be, and why?
I would lead to wonder. I'd guide folks to the unimaginable, miraculous, and powerful. The heart-warming, tear-jerking, and exhilarating. I would deliver and awe-struck experience to my fellow travelers and friends. I've heard people assume greatness was fakeness for many years, and there's always this spark inside of me that says they're wrong, at least … Continue reading If I were a road, where would I lead, and why?