Monday, April 28, 2008


I've been thinking about picking up and leaving a lot lately.
Most likely to Tennessee.
And the thing is that I really would, I've done it too much already.

One of the most profound thought
I have heard in a long time is,

"You don't need human relationships to be happy, God has placed it all around us." from the film Into the Wild.

I spend/have spent my entire life basing what I believe life is as the human connection. But in the end, you are the root of your life, the source, the basis. It is only you and your surroundings-- whatever you choose them to be.

If one cannot make themselves completely happy by themselves, how pathetic is that?

The foundation of life is yourself and you alone, and its when life really flourishes when you have a connection. I used to say HUMAN connection, but I am learning more and more that it doesn't have to be with another human being. It just have to be that CONNECTION.

Sometimes, life has to be experienced in the most minimalist way. Everything else just taints it.

Expand your horizons.



Saturday, April 19, 2008


I hope Georgia blogs about Bama.
I'm much to lazy and she has the pictures.


p.s. I might just stay here instead of coming back.

p.s.s. that was a lie, i'm really homesick. even though bama is amazing. i think i speak for georgia as well when i say that i miss everyone.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Thumbs Up.

I wish I was this kid. So much...


Baseball is cool and all,
but I miss softball.

More than you know.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008


Coming back from a photos shoot tonight, I was reminded that we're not the only ones who are dedicated. It was a nice reminder that put me in my place.


Monday, April 14, 2008

My pet farm.

we need more penguins.


Sunday, April 13, 2008

Georgia Rhodes...

is a good friend of mine.


That chair would not fit in my escort. So I sat in the parking lot for a while while a lady walking a dog kept staring at me.

I finally was rescued by Nichole...who has a bigger car than mine.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

I want this...


someone find this for me. now.

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Yabba Dabba Doo.

I can't afford to get sick.
But I do.
The other day while I was laying on Yael and Sarah's futon sick to my stomach,
I came to ask myself...
could this all have been prevented if I would have just taken my Flintstone vitamins?


And then the question turned to, how many would I have to take for it to have an affect on me? I mean, technically, I am smaller than I was when I still took the vitamins when I was a kid. But the inside of my body is older. hmmm....

After scouring the internet to find a much needed answer to this question, I decided to settle on reading the discussions and forums for helpful advice. This 19 year-old guy wrote on a yahoo forum asking if it was okay that he was taking 3 Flintstone vitamins a day, I found the responses quite humorous.

My two favorite were:

Response #1: None (as in don't take any), ur too old for that and u should start taking protein.
I personally like his use of the word you, or should I say, "u". This guy might be on a protein overdose.

Response #2: Why don't you just buy some adult vitamins that you take once a day. And if you just like the children's gummy vitamins for the taste then go get some gummie bears and call it a day.
Flintstone vitamins are NOT gummie, nor should they ever be gummie. They are a chalky solid goodness. I am severely offended.