This is the 100th, Cien, Cent post of my blog 🥳 Thank you to everyone who has liked, shared, reposted, and followed my unfolding story🙏 I truly appreciate all of you so much!! You have made my first 6 months of blogging fun, interesting, supportive, and welcoming. Cheers to the first 100 posts and 6Continue reading “100, Cien, Cent 🥳”
The Korean Bell of Friendship – San Pedro, CA
Those incredible views can bring a moment to a smile, but make sure to hold on for at least a mile. Our world can be volatile, so we must try to enjoy ourselves for more than just awhile.
TBT – Here is a look back at my last trip to San Diego Comic-Con 2019, enjoy!🙂
Regarding solitude, it definitely changes you and more so, adjusts your attitude. It also, forces you to realize your mood influences your social status, which leads to reasons why you are often excluded. The magnitude of feeling alone, is dependent on your external and internal views of life’s solo interlude. The best way to surviveContinue reading “Solitude”
Sail along the waves, but prepare for potential fail. Exhale all the negatives and hold onto hope, then inhale. Tale of your success will reveal strength and also, triumph will be unveiled.
The waves of this life crescendo, let’s hope it doesn’t end in a tornado. Making you an afficionado and you will know when it is time to let go. Bringing in love that can grow, watch it fuel your halo.
Be courageous, while the road challenges your strength. Try not to become ostentatious, as you will attract others on the same wavelength. Remain adventurous, ready to continue the journey of self-growth.
The road is riddled with hopelessness, but still the movement is forward, regardless. There is no assurance the outcome will hold bliss, however the heart pulls into the unknown with tenderness. These challenging times seem endless, but that can’t stop this walk in the pursuit of happiness.
The legend of Jesus walking on water is confirmation that those living through the many storms of life will not sink into the waves, as long as they believe and hold faith. Like Peter, many of us experience life wanting to believe, but need a physical sign to feel comfort. The thing is life doesContinue reading “Walking On Water”