It is always the same, but asked in different ways. ~ How are you? ~ How's it going? ~ How do you do? ~ How's your day? ~ Why do people ask questions like this? The majority of the time they don't care or want an honest answer. Most people are just asking to be… Continue reading That damn question.
Many times I find myself thinking, wondering... Can I ... Should I ... Will I be able to ... What would happen if I ... Why didn't I ... Would things be different if I ... This leads me to wonder - if I need to start taking action to find out the answers to my… Continue reading Can I?
It has happened. I am Bullet Journalling. For those of you who have not yet heard about this fad let me explain. It is basically a single notebook that is a notebook, planner and to do list all in one. It contains - EVERYTHING, well everything you decide to put in it. It is personalizable so that… Continue reading The Bullet Journal
At the beginning of January I attended a seminar and workshop called The Art & Science of Posing by Pierre Stephenson. He is the author of Foundations of Posing: A Comprehensive Guide for Wedding and Portrait Photographers. I signed up because I wanted to gain more insight on not only how to pose people, but… Continue reading Posing Workshop
Late night texts. Pushin' product, Neighbors, friends and fam. Notes in shorthand. Parking lot drops. Stack of cash. Customers hiding their habit. Kid working the street, drumming up business. Watching the stash. Addicted. Maintaining inventory, Can't run low. Peddlin' round the clock. She be hustlin'. Street cred. Serious business, these Girl Scout Cookies.
Four years of marriage. Seven years of love. Feels like only a moment and forever at the same time. Nick and I decided to take a long weekend and getaway from the daily grind. Spending quality time with each other was our goal. We felt like the best way to do this was to leave… Continue reading Door County
Taylor is in her third year of Girl Scouts! This year she wanted to make a higher cookie goal and crush it. I love her determination. Day one we spent 2 hours going door to door in our neighborhood. Yes, that sounds like a lot - however - we only made it around the block… Continue reading She be Sellin’
So each year hordes of people make resolutions. The vow to better themselves and make drastic changes because, well it is a new year after all! Although I am writing this at the beginning of February, I made my resolution in January. Sharing this goal is important to me because I feel that by knowing… Continue reading Resolution
This page will be devoted to my daughter's: stories, thoughts, poems, reviews and experiences. Everything will be told in her voice without direction from me. As a budding adolescent who would like to express herself and spread her wings I am allowing her some freedom to put herself out into the world (in moderation and… Continue reading Taylor’s Voice
Written by Taylor H. Emma thought that Joe was a very rude boy. He laughed at people and stuck his tongue out, but his curly red hair and freckles made him kind of cute. He really liked space and dinosaurs. She might have a crush on him, but that all changed when Joe started to… Continue reading First Crush