For the average person, the first thing that comes to mind when asked to visualize depression might be someone sitting alone and crying to themselves. That could be true for a lot of depressed cases, but I earnestly believe that you could be depressed and not cry once. You can be depressed and never have… Continue reading Depression is so weird
So, I’ve been examining my prospective futures. They’re all beautiful paths. When looking to guide the future, I account for my past failures and successes, interests, and unique habits that make me unique. I’ve tossed the idea of going to “hair school” for a long time. I’m not that into hair though. The idea of… Continue reading Thinking of cosmetology school
I’m so bad about starting projects and never following through with them. (Stereotypical Gemini here.) Seems like there’s always some kind of personal hobby that I try out, love in the beginning, but can’t seem to continue perusing that hobby. Why am I like this? Why do I do this with almost every project that… Continue reading Why can’t I blog regularly?
I'm instinctively a gardener. I grew up in an atmosphere where family gardening was commonplace. We had a structured lifestyle and nothing ever changed. I grew up in one house my entire childhood; we never moved, and hardly traveled. I loved that. Being comfortable living in one place for a long time is what I've… Continue reading Looking for help with Florida gardening
Don't get me wrong, I like Facebook. It's easy to use, everything I want is right there; information about my friends, videos you can get lost in, advertising for cool stuff, Messenger so you don't have to exchange numbers anymore, etc. Everyone and everything is so connected on there - or so it seems. It's… Continue reading The Reason I left Facebook
We've had the pigs so long now, it feels like we've had them forever. And, it doesn't really seem like they're getting any bigger. I've never actually owned a pig before Mark got these two. My brother Ryan has owned a pig before. I didn't really pay it any attention, nor did I watch him… Continue reading Pigs can be a pain
MACK'S CREEK is loved by all the family. Our own swimming hole. Great for relaxing and family outings.
Tickle has been in the family for about 5 years now. His bark is definitely worse than his bite. He's a very brave little dog from afar, but when he's up close he's very timid.