15 Disney World Tips From Someone Who Has Done It All

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I’m just going to say it: I’m a pro at doing Walt Disney World. I’ve been visiting the parks since I was in the womb and 28-years later, I’m still going strong. There isn’t one secret about the parks I don’t know and to further prove my expertise, I can pretty much walk the entire … Continue reading 15 Disney World Tips From Someone Who Has Done It All

Poetry Hour: The Space Between

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If I could impress upon you anything, with sincerity or not, it’d be my wish for you to touch me in my sweetest place Oh, how I hope you don’t resist! It’s the space between my breasts the space that’s hard and filled with bone the space between where my heart is its own. Oh, … Continue reading Poetry Hour: The Space Between

Reinventing Myself Through Abstract Art

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I've come to the realization that when it comes to my artistic endeavors, drawing is one that doesn't top the list. In fact, the best thing I've ever drawn was a teddy bear my father helped me curate during my sophomore year of college that ultimately garnished me a C for effort. I've written blogs … Continue reading Reinventing Myself Through Abstract Art

I Was Really Bummed Out That I Didn’t Bump In to Nicholas Cage While Visiting Boston’s Historic District

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On Friday, July 13th, John and I buckled our seatbelts, ordered extra-large java chip frappucinos and began our adventure to Boston, Massachusetts. We had visited the Bay State about two years ago during an impromptu visit to wicked Salem but had remained steadfast in our eagerness to visit the "wicked smaht" city of Boston. Having grown … Continue reading I Was Really Bummed Out That I Didn’t Bump In to Nicholas Cage While Visiting Boston’s Historic District

How I Discovered Truth, Beauty, Freedom and Love in Boston

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"Because you can, can, can!"  It was the phrase that echoed the beautifully curated Emerson Colonial Theatre from the second balcony. When word had gotten around that the prolific Baz Lurhmann film, Moulin Rouge was being adapted for the stage, I stopped what I was doing and whipped out my credit card faster than I've … Continue reading How I Discovered Truth, Beauty, Freedom and Love in Boston