Month: September 2019

A post from the dog: A review of Tucker Park

This blog post was written by Vienna, a six-year old Greyhound. All opinions are her own, possibly edited a bit by the cat, Harry Dresden, who assisted with the typing. My mom will often read her blog posts to me and the cat. She… Continue Reading “A post from the dog: A review of Tucker Park”

Wednesday’s List #7-9

Life is full of amazing things! Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how many there are all around us when life is giving us too many lemons and we simply don’t have the energy to make lemonaid. Wednesday’s List will hopefully serve you as… Continue Reading “Wednesday’s List #7-9”

My 45mph Couch Potato: A Greyhound Intro

All things are possible with coffee and a dog. Unknown. Imagine, going to your city’s summer County Fair and seeing a breed of dog you’ve only ever seen as a logo for a bus line. It’s never crossed your mind that they’re a special… Continue Reading “My 45mph Couch Potato: A Greyhound Intro”

Wednesday’s List #4-6

Life is full of amazing things! Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how many there are all around us when we’ve been stuck in traffic, had a bad day at work, or been told some sad news. Wednesday’s List will hopefully serve you as… Continue Reading “Wednesday’s List #4-6”

Change your playlist. Change your life.

When things change inside you, things change around you. @bella.montreal Instagram When life isn’t exactly reflecting the one you wanted or want to have, it’s easy to become stuck in patterns that won’t let you move up and forward into something desired. Even if… Continue Reading “Change your playlist. Change your life.”

Wednesday’s List #1-3

Life is full of amazing things! Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how many there are all around us when we’ve been stuck in traffic, had a bad day at work, or been told some sad news. Wednesday’s List will hopefully serve you as… Continue Reading “Wednesday’s List #1-3”

Breathe. Begin. Finish.

Things that excite you aren’t random. They are connected to your purpose. Follow them. Unknown It was an evening conversation. Separated by 1,200 miles I was connected with a friend online, discussing what it means to have a passion project and how it can… Continue Reading “Breathe. Begin. Finish.”

An Introduction

I have the deepest affection for intellectual conversations. The ability to just sit and talk. About love, about life, about anything, about everything. To sit under the moon with all the time in the world, the full-speed train that is our lives slowing to… Continue Reading “An Introduction”