Thursday, July 22, 2010


Wednesday, July 21, 2010


I am still awaiting the one day I will feel like bird. Feeling like you're flying through the air. And everyone all at once in their heads say: "I wish I could do that." I need a moment like that. After a while you feel like people just see the surface and yet you want them to take the time to peel the surface away and go, "Wow." If you were to come up to me and ask me what animal I would like to be, I would say a bird. Here is a poem I wrote a while ago:


I want to be a bird.
They have no job.
No responsibilities.
They can go wherever they want.
And the best part is,
if they get sick of one telephone wire,
they can fly to another.

That's a strong word.

Monday, July 19, 2010

A Yummy Treat :)

I have been at a complete and utter loss of inspiration for a while. I've abandoned this place in which I post my mind's thoughts and they are just bottled up in my brain right now. It's not hard for me to find something that inspires me everyday, but my problem is that sometimes it's the most minor thing that I couldn't write an entire post about it. And if I did, you would read a paragraph about a really pretty flower or a cute fondue kit. For some strange reason, summer season blocks my creative juices. I did, however, find a very interesting book yesterday at the Goodwill. I would like to tell you about this little book.

It Is titled:
Inspiration Sandwich:
Stories to inspire our creative freedom

This book is not like a regular book. The author, SARK (Susan Arial Rainbow Kennedy), shares inspiring stories that make you want to meet your creative side for a joy ride.

Miracle walks, inviting dangerous people to tea, and reasons to become nocturnal, are covered in this great book. It is truly inspiration sandwiched between the pages. :)

Friday, July 2, 2010

Slow down a bit...

I wish:

For people to notice the little things.
Like a pretty flower on their way to work. 
Or a really nice bicycle that reminds them of summer. 
And the taste of saltwater in their mouth at the beach.

Everybody in the world just needs to slow down and