Do you ever randomly notice weird little things that you say or do that make you wonder if you’re even okay? Because I sure do. It’s not necessarily like I’m questioning my sanity, but it’s more like this voice of realization that says, you are such a weirdo.Read More
It takes a lot of work to be successful, it takes a ton of hope to be happy, and you have to be able to really push yourself in order to obtain either goal. There will be highs and lows and in-betweens, and you will constantly question whether or not everything is worth the risk. Bottom line: you need to have a lot of faith in yourself.Read More
I remember when the first Kindle was released. It was in 2007, around the beginning of my bookworm stage. I thought that the idea of being able to have all your books in this one little device was so cool—but I never asked my parents for it, because I liked getting books from my school library.Read More
In a really big way, I’m a selfish person—no doubt in my mind. I’ve found that over the course of my life, I’ve hated doing the whole sharing thing. And I know what your thinking, because everybody says it: sharing is caring. It’s not that I don’t care; I actually care a lot. I’ve shared my whole life, so ask me why it would matter so much if I stopped.Read More
When I was just a little baby, my parents went out and got the family a dog. The way that my mom explains it is that this little puppy won them over when she decided to pee right on my mom. She was perfect. And she was, for the most part. She was a Japanese Akita, and she was […]Read More
Do you ever just sit there and think about things you’ve said and done so long ago, that it almost unsettles you? Like you sit there and question whether or not they were mistakes, whether you regret doing those things—or not doing them.Read More
The very first thing I do every morning—you know, besides putting my glasses on, because hello, I’m blind—is let my dogs out of the house.Read More
I’ve hear it over a million times before / “Eyes are the windows to the soul.” / Mine are similar to that of wood / after lighter fluid has been poured / before a match would set them on fire.Read More
1. My family
2. Spending quality time with the family.
3. Watching my siblings make accomplishments and do the things they love.
There’s nothing like being able to shower in the morning. You wake up, you set up your outfit for the day, you grab your towel (or two, if you’re like me, and need one for your mane), and go. It is rare when I get to shower in the morning—if anything, it will happen on the weekends. Otherwise, it’s nights for me.Read More