I mentioned in a blog post, a few blogs ago that I am a list maker. I like to make lists for everything and a majority of those list go down in my planner. I am a HUGE fan of planners, I don’t always but everything in my planner but I always have it with me just in case. I was looking at my planner today when the front of my planner struck a cord with me. Continue reading
The lord works in mysterious ways let me tell you that. I have learned that and I am thankful for that. Having a relationship with Jesus has been the turning point for my life in more ways than I can count. Continue reading
I have sat here trying to figure out how I can put into words just how bad my wanderlust is at this moment. I am a self identified free-spirit and I think my family and anyone close to me would agree with this. I have always been the type of child to do my own thing, make my own rules, and explore my surroundings. That same desire to explore and do my own thing has transpired to wanderlust as an adult. Continue reading
This post is going to be a ramble of sorts with lots of football and card game metaphors that just spring to my mind. This is what happens when I drink some wine and sit behind my computer at 10:30 on a Saturday night when I should really be doing something more productive but instead, I am doing the exact opposite while broadway hits play in the background just writing along. So, grab your wine glass and enjoy the random wine induced blog post that is about to ensue.
I have always been the kind of person that when I want to be organized I make a list. I don’t particularly stick to said list but I like to think that there is some part of me that is a list follower. Whether it be when I am packing, grocery shopping, or cleaning, I like to at least make a mental list and check things off as I go. Continue reading
Over the weekend I was busy and didn’t have time to think of my Hawaiian dream or dwell on not being there. However, the weekend is over and now I am back to seeing which airline offers the cheapest tickets to Hawaii for a spontaneous trip back there ASAP! Continue reading
I am not going to lie, I spend more time than I am willing to admit researching plane ticket prices from Dallas to Hawaii. Do I want to go in April as a late birthday trip? Do I want to go in September as a goodbye to summer? For a weekend? A whole week? Why do travel decisions have to be so difficult?