What I Really Meant To Say

I wish that we, as a human race, could somehow make a big, executive decision to stop sugar coating, quit playing games, and just say things as they are. In our society, there is a plethora of unwritten rules and “social norms” about how we should respond to situations or topics. Because of this, when…

When I Grow Up

I am excited to post a guest entry today by a man who has been both a door to door salesman, and worked in the future weapons department at the Pentagon. He has sold shoes for JC Penny, and navigated drug busts by aircraft in foreign countries. He has a pet chihuahua named “Teddy”, and…

Taxi Cabs, Dolphins, and Office Jobs

Most parents just want their kids to be happy, whether that means driving a garbage truck or curing cancer. And most children have high aspirations for their future careers and goals. While my little kindergarten friends were¬†presumably¬†telling their parents of their dreams to become firefighters, police officers, astronauts, and doctors, I had a different idea…

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above

This past March, Isaac and I spent nine days in Maui, Hawaii. Thanks to our Honeyfund Honeymoon Registry (the best thing EVER), we were able to splurge and have the time of our lives in Hawaii. Our first morning in Maui, we went to the hotel concierge and told her to book us an amazing…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment

For this weeks photo challenge, I browsed my photo library and came across a “fleeting moment picture” that my sister happened to snap. It makes me laugh every time I see it, so why not post for others to enjoy? I am a pretty clumsy person. My hands are constantly bruised due to the ape-like…