Friday, February 26, 2010

Getting a new tattoo tomorrow

I am getting this tattoo tomorrow! I am excited about it, I am thinking smaller and turquoise. I absolutely loved it when I saw it. I have one a butterfly on my toe...very painful place to get one but I loved it also. So wish me luck... I will post a picture of it soon.


Sunday, February 21, 2010

Being in the Moment!

I have realized that alot of times I am not in the moments that are all around me. I have alot going on in my head with my new business and beau's graduation coming up! Living in the moment to me means living like there is no tomorrow, which there might not be! To find beauty and joy in whatever task or scene is before you.

Now I do realize this will take some practice since I am a type A (basically a control freak) personality. So I am going to try and slow down and savor the moments! I want to give full attention to what I am doing and let go of the outcomes. This doesn't mean I am giving up on goals that I have set for myself, I just will enjoy the journey of getting to those goals.

To make every moment count I must embrace it! Everything I do and everyone I come in contact with deserves my full attention! Living in the moment means letting go of the past and embrace the present.

So to all my friends! Carpe diem!


Sunday, February 14, 2010

Ten of my Guilty Pleasures

1. Plain M & M's
2. McDonalds Coffee
3. Massages
4. Pedicures
5. Photography
6. Browsing Goodwill Stores
7. Bookstores
8. Changing Hair Color Regularly
9. Ghost Hunting Shows (probably more of an addiction than a pleasure)
10. Facebook

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Don't Take Life To Serious, No One Gets Out Alive!

I try my best not to rush through life and miss the beauty of simple things.
But try as I may sometimes I know we all do. I suggest we take time to watch a baby sleep, play with a puppy outside, find joy in talking to teens and see what they are interested in. Let friends talk and really listen to their conversations, Comfort the grieving, and send a card to those who are sick. Get out where you live and find the beauty that surrounds us all wherever we are. Plan a trip with family or friends and then truly take the time to enjoy every moment of it! Document your life with photos and videos then when we get down we can look through them and see the joy that surrounds us.
Just remember: Don't take Life to Seriously, No One Gets Out Alive!