Originally, this post started out with me writing about friendships, and how most of them fail due to actions of both parties, although most people like to blame it on the other person. I’m a firm believer in accepting the fact that I am human, far from perfect, constantly making mistakes. I am awesome and weird. I like to think I’m unique, or at least as unique as one can be nowadays. I am one of a kind.
This is going to be a negative, self loathing, complaint filled post, so if you’re not down with that, I suggest you wait for my next post 🙂
June is filled with fun things! Because of this, my shops will all be closed periodically.
Yesterday’s Arts Walk was intense, to say the least. I knew it was going to be a lot of work, but I had no idea of the events that would unfold. The last few have been rained out, and I was hoping that wouldn’t happen again, because I had been planning this for so long. Well, instead it was 95 degrees and clear, with the sun beating down on us, and no shade whatsoever in the Artist’s Lot.
I started out not being able to think of places I really wanted to visit this year, but the more I’ve thought about it, the more places are popping into my head. I was probably thinking too grand at first, but now that I’m thinking smaller, there are quite a few more than 5 places…
No 4 – Camping
Who doesn’t love a sale? Better yet, who doesn’t love a sale on jewelry? Besides men, they don’t count.
Well I promised a few posts back that I would start keeping it real by giving a tour of my home, so here it is! I didn’t clean or straighten up before taking these photos. In fact, I took them while my house was the messiest that it ever really gets. Enjoy 😉
Last week I started a list of the 5 places I want to go this year. No 1 is Arizona, where most of my family now lives, as well as where the Jets will be playing the Cardinals next season. So now, onto No 2!
No 2 – Vegas
“Comparison is the death of joy” — Mark Twain
Ain’t that the truth? I’ve found myself comparing a lot these days. Comparing my work to others. Comparing my success to their success. Comparing how happy I feel to how happy they SEEM to feel. It’s really the worst.
I read a post recently over on A Beautiful Mess about 5 places she wants to go in 2016. It was inspiring so I decided to write my own version.
Realistically there are more than 5 places I’d love to go, but won’t get to this year. I guess I could write a list about ALL the places I’d like to go, EVER, but that would be quite a list. I’m going to split this into 5 posts, so you don’t feel like you’re reading a novel 😉