I’ve been waiting for a Miracurl. No, that’s not a typo for miracle; it’s really a Mircacurl that I am waiting for. I was first introduced to the Miracurl while on a catamaran in the Dominican Republic, way back in May. A fellow tourist sold me on the wondrous capabilities of the Miracurl, and I
I have made a contract with myself to live outrageously, that is, I dare to live the life that I want. On the surface, this isn’t really an outrageous lifestyle commitment, but it is outrageous according to most of society who resigns themselves to think that life is meant to be lived in a square
I love crowded grocery stores. They are brimming with uncontrolled children, parents just trying to get a chore done, and college students filling their carts with cheap food and cases of beer. Mostly what I love in this chaos is seeing when kids break free from their parents, and make an effort to run.
If you saw someone running in the dark last night, it was probably me or someone like me. After all of the presents were unwrapped, dinner and dessert ravished, and time with loved ones was just so wonderful, I couldn’t but help myself than to sneak away in silence for a hour. Sometimes I find
The greatest gift that France has ever given me is an appreciation for joy, or as they call it, joie de vivre. I don’t think that enough people allow themselves to experience joy. Joy is not often discussed in daily conversation, and I don’t often use the adjective joyful to describe someone. In fact, it
My peppermint iced-coffee addiction serves well for some daily inspirations. This morning, while walking into Starbucks, I was taken aback by the beauty of painted sunrise sky. It was such a brilliant color of pink that it literally took my breath away. Thinking about the beauty of nature made me want to share my favorite skyline photograph.
The dreariness of early nightfall can make late Fall a depressing time of year, full of dark nights and cold rain. Even though we don’t typically seem many rainbows during the Fall or Winter, I do believe that they surround us in our lives more than we typically recognize. Holidays are times that carefully