Tips I learned taking photos of a close friend.
2 of 52. I am a little behind in posting this, technically this is week three and I am writing about my book for week two. The reading is not … Continue reading Book Review #GIRLBOSS
On my walk this evening, this thought came to me. It came to me and I thought it out; as I swatted away bugs who flew directly for my face, … Continue reading To Tattoo or Not to Tattoo?
One of Fifty-Two. I did it. It took me eight days. But I did it. Which means for the next book, I am going to have to get on it. … Continue reading Book Review: If I am Found.
After perusing through Barnes and Noble with my peach ice tea in hand and four books in the other hand; a thought entered my mind. I have so many … Continue reading How many books can you read in a year?
As everyone is aware there was an enormous hurricane that crashed into Texas and destroyed everything with its enormous size, magnitude of its winds, and the unrelentingness of its rain. … Continue reading TEXAS. . . . . you have made me proud.
Highest Recommendation, my utter highest recommendation I give to this book. Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl. “He who has a Why to live for can bear almost any … Continue reading A NEEDED READ. Man’s Search for Meaning. Viktor E. Frankl
They are responsible, they are the ones to blame for my high standards of men and I wouldn’t have it any other way. It is true. I have extremely high … Continue reading The Golden Age of Hollywood is to blame.
Great Title, right? Anytime I think of this song I am reminded of the movie “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days,” this particular post has nothing to do … Continue reading You’re so Vain You Probably Think This Blog Post is About You. . .
Hi Everyone, Summer is here. It is filled with wonderful things to do, swim, hike, BBQ, meet new people, and my favorite: summer trips. Recently, as I am … Continue reading First Trip of the Summer: Through the lens of Song Lyrics
Wonder Woman a review of the first big blockbuster of the SUMMER!
STORY TELLERS COME FORTH Every single human being that has ever lived was a storyteller. The age old tradition of telling stories has always been with humanity rather it be … Continue reading Tell me a story. . . . . would you please? Seven Tips I learned writing my first Short Story