It’s funny how life works out. Sometimes you jump and the Universe catches you. Sometimes you jump and you fall on your face, but you get up, dust yourself off and try […]
I posted this on Instagram: From our first day to our last day and some of the stops in between. 2 strangers who decided to merge their Aussie Adventure into one for […]
Iceland. I can tell you that I never thought about Iceland as a travel bucket list item nor have I ever given it any thought of travel. In fact, before I went […]
I could probably blame Jimmy Buffett for my wanderlust and introducing me to the Aboriginal songlines, but I can only thank him. His music has been a friend, a comfort, and inspiration […]
This picture is how I feel about life in general right now.
FUCK EVERYTHING AND BECOME A PIRATE.
That was on the back of a menu at a fabulous bar/restaurant in Bondi in Australia and I for the life of me cannot remember the name of the bar/restaurant but I also took the other photo below there too because 1) the served Sailor Jerry Rum 2) who doesn’t like tequila when they’re getting their festive on and 3) it says Merry Fuckin Christmas.
The only way that message would have been topped was if it had said: Merry Fuckin Christmas Y’all.
This quote could not hold better advice for any dreamer out there. Such a simple statement, but so much truth in 12 words. First, I have to thank Karen Peace (follow her […]
If eternity is measured by memories treasured in the hearts of loved cities and friends…Then Shel surely knows that he lives as he goes to the The Place Where The Sidewalk Ends. […]
One of my mentor’s in my career and a friend, Jack Daniel, once said to me: “It’s the quality of life that will matter, not the quantity or the career.” His message […]
Image by Theodora Mansueto A reminder to us “adults” to return and be kids sometimes or as the The Bloggess put it, “…the importance of being ridiculously silly whenever possible.”
I rang 2012 in Bondi (Australia). I rang 2013 in Detroit, MI. One was sunshine with sandy beaches. One was gray skies and melting snow. Both were places I never I imagined […]
I first heard the term songline from Jimmy Buffett. He mentions it in his songs and in his books. The Aboriginals of Australia believed in following their songlines…paths across the land or […]