I apologize for skipping day 20 of Blogtober. I did a lot of driving over this past weekend. I drove to Michigan which was about a seven hour drive on Friday, drove around Michigan and then drove home Sunday. I was delusional by the time I got home Sunday night. I was in pain from … Continue reading Michigan State Travel Blog
Today marks 7 years since my mom passed away. I was 15 then and I'm 22 now. I'll never forget that day, the day my entire life flipped upside down and crashed around me within one night. Losing a parent at a young age changes you forever. Suddenly a portion of who you are is … Continue reading October 19th, 2012
I took a road trip today with my best friend. I won't lie, a blog post is tough to create during this vacation time. Rather I'll list my top five road trip essentials. 1. Music playlist! It's so hard to travel long distances and not have music to listen to. 2. Snacks. This is so … Continue reading Road Trips
Full disclosure, I'm a hot-mess express right now. I am drowning in school work, have hours of training videos to watch for my internship and I'm going out of town this weekend so today's blog post is going to be a simple Q and A. I've complied a few questions that I feel comfortable answering. … Continue reading Let’s Get Personal!
Back in the good old days — when men wore dresses and Jesus hadn't quite caught on yet — Halloween was the day that Irish people would offer supper to faeries and ask them to play nice. They called it Samhain, and it probably wasn't anywhere near as exciting as you might think. Fortunately, humans have a … Continue reading GUEST POST: This Is Halloween: 6 Problems Worth Causing
Does anyone remember the "Balloon Boy" from ten years ago? That's right, TEN years ago! Colorado, October 15th 2009, Richard and Mayumi Heene made a false report that their son was stuck in a flying saucer balloon that flew away into the sky. Their son, Falcon, was six years old at the time. This news … Continue reading On This Day 10 Years Ago…
The other night I went over to a friends house to carve a pumpkin. A tradition I sort of gave up after being a kid. I've always enjoyed pumpkin carving and getting to eat the pumpkin seeds. I never cared for emptying the pumpkin guts, though. I remember being little and my mom and dad … Continue reading Pumpkin Carving