Life is a Beach

Not many memories stick, and sadly, most of the remembered moments are the ones we don’t miss. The instant photo gives us a tiny view, just enough to recall how fast time flew. Thinking of today is a great way to appreciate the journey, but don’t let the troubles of yesterday make everything blurry. InContinue reading “Life is a Beach”

The Girl With A Hidden Talent

Clutching her little notebook, she rushes onto the bus and scans her metro card. As she moves passing strangers, she finds an open seat and sits down next to the window. She opens her notebook and quickly scribbles her thoughts in her unique poetic way. Someone sits next to her and looks over to giveContinue reading “The Girl With A Hidden Talent”

Good Friday

Entering another day with memories of yesterday and a heart full of hope for tomorrow. The present was once an array of ups and downs, but lately it has become repetitive activities leading to sorrows. The more reflections that are experienced, the more upsetting emotions erupt to perspectives that are narrow. Looking outward, however thereContinue reading “Good Friday”

On Track

Walking, just moving forward, but little was known about the final destination. There was total trust and love that filled internally, which fueled some inspiration. The track that lead to this point is under review and the reflection causes a connection. Negatives to positives, and reverse, it all holds some satisfaction. This is the outcomeContinue reading “On Track”

Forest of Unknown

The March forward season once brought an unforgettable adventure with a dear friend. There was laughter, new sights, and a forest of unknown, but sadly it had to end. As we entered that forest, each step brought an unknown to a known and there was a sense of accomplishment taking over. From walking through allContinue reading “Forest of Unknown”

Last March

So much happened in the last 12 months that reflecting on it feels like a decade has actually past by. Thankfully, a final adventure was had before the world flipped upside down. Those grey ice waters were terrifyingly beautiful and the northern lights were a spectacular view. In retrospect, the last trip memories provided muchContinue reading “Last March”