almost-30yr old gal, blonde hair, green eyes. worships nature, her family and animals.
likes animaniacs, autumn leaves, blueberry juice, bubbles, cartoons, crazy socks, daisies, eleven (the number), french toast, fuzzy things, goldfish (crackers), halloween, holding hands, jousting, kc masterpiece chips, lazy days, long walks, may day, nursery rhymes, organic things, pickles, pumpkins, sex, splashing in puddles, tattoos, the jeep (it's new!), the wb, tribal music, warm breezes, wine in a box, yoga, and zen.
appreciates sharing the deepest of secrets, flowers, kisses on the forehead, honesty, and a good cry. afraid of the unknown, disappointment, ignorance and bumps in the night.
maybe i am just a modern day hippie - tree hugger, nature lover, and believer in greater things than just ourselves.
¸.·´ everything in the universe flows;
( `·.¸ you can't get ahold of water
`·.¸ ) by clutching it;
¸.· )´ let your hand relax
( .·´ and you can experience it
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As Gandhi stepped aboard a train one day, one of his shoes slipped off and landed on the track. He was unable to retrieve it, as the train was moving. Gandhi calmly took off his other shoe and threw it back along the track to land close to the first. Asked by a fellow passenger why he did so, Gandhi smiled. "The poor man who finds the shoes lying on the track," he replied, "will now have a pair he can use."
Posted at 08:10 by Vadea
Charles Manson is up for parole on May 23rd.....
Posted at 09:02 by Vadea
C. Northcote Parkinson Quote
"The man who is denied the opportunity of making decisions of importance
begins to regard as important the decisions he is allowed to make." -C.
Posted at 07:06 by Vadea
my sister just had her baby early this morning. (yeah, i know.... i failed
to mention that she was pregnant, along with many other things!)
yay! i'm an auntie!
7lbs 4 oz, was born around 2:13am
i am going to see them tonight after work!
Posted at 09:11 by Vadea
by loren eisley
a friend of ours was walking down a deserted mexican beach at sunset. as he
walked along, he began to see another man in the distance. as he grew
nearer, he noticed that the local native kept leaning down, picking up
something and throwing it out into the water. time and time again, he kept
hurling things into the water.
as our friend approached even closer, he noticed that the man was picking
up starfish that had been washed up on the beach and one at a time he was
throwing them back into the water. our friend was puzzled. he approached
the man and said, "good evening, friend. i was wondering what you were
"i'm throwing these starfish back into the ocean," answered the man. "you
see, it's low tide right now and all of these starfish have been washed up
onto the shore. if i don't throw them back into the sea, they'll die up
here from lack of oxygen."
"i understand," our friend replied. "but there must be thousands of
starfish on this beach. you can't possible get to all of them. there are
simply too many. and don't you realize that this is probably happening on
hundreds of beaches up and down this coast? can't you see that you can't
possibly make a difference?"
the local native smiled, bent down and picked up yet another starfish. as
he threw it back into the sea, he replied, "made a difference to that one."
Posted at 12:08 by Vadea
what goes right through you from head to toe, heart and soul?
is there anything you're really passionate about?
for me, it's a good song. or a nice breeze (but can you be passionate
about a breeze?)...the kind of breeze that when it comes, you instinctively
want to close your eyes, stretch your arms out to the world and let the
breeze just carry you away.
food for thought. more to come?
Posted at 09:12 by Vadea
steven covey has written, "we all see the world, not as it is, but as we
are." and "the greatest battles of life are fought out daily in the silent
chambers of our souls." how are you seeing things today?
i've always told people if they don't like how things are going or like
what they see, they need to change their perspective on things until they
find something they like. it may not always be practical, but it has
gotten me by.
Posted at 07:59 by Vadea
what makes us any better for eating cows and not cats?
you know how one or a few cultures hold cows sacred, and keep them as we do
cats (sorta)...and they would never consider eating them.... but we gobble
them up like it's nothing. yet we pitch a fit if someone eats a cat (in
china, etc). it's the same thing, but we can't see it because....why? it's
not because we're selfish or stubborn. maybe set in our ways?
i've been considering giving up meat, but i don't really have a good enough
reason. i don't see it as cruel to the animal, because we are designed to
eat meat. that would be like forcing a cat to eat veggies... they can't do
it, and it's not healthy for them. i thought about just giving up red
meat..or just eating fish and turkey (i LOVE turkey bacon). or maybe
telling myself it's healthier for me, but most junk food isn't healthy and
it's not meat.
so i'm still up in the air about the whole thing. i don't eat a lot of
meat anyway, but i just wanted to try it out and see if my body reacted any
Posted at 02:39 by Vadea