Sunday, July 26, 2009

Congrats to My Friend!

I would like to dedicate some Blog Space to my friend Caleb Stica.

He has just officially completed his 2 year service to Humanity in the Peace Corp! I have known Caleb since the 5th grade and am so proud of him.

He served in a small village in Burkina Faso, Africa.

BF is the 2nd poorest country in the world and also has the highest drop out rate of any Peace Corp placement.

For more about his time in Burkina Faso, visit his blog Burkina Faso or Bust.

Here's to you Caleb Stica! You should be proud of yourself. We are.
Can't wait to see you :)

Your pal,

Monday, July 20, 2009


Want to do yoga but don't have the time money or will?
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Better Belly Yoga videos from Prevention TV!

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Thursday, July 9, 2009

Some words I put together

Starting today-
I’ve made a resolution.

No more wasted minutes
No more altered words
No more mistaken perceptions
Just our hearts’ desires
Pure and clean
No doubting allowed in.

Don’t you see
I want it all
And I have a hunch, my friend, that you do too.
You want to live the life you love
And have it love you.

Grab your hat but forget your coat
Wear your slippers
And untie your shoes
Loose your drawstrings
Because it’s time to get down
We’ll sing some blues
but lose the frown.

No doubt
Or confusion
No hunger
or blight.
And no fear
of fading eye sight.

This place has been being kept safe
By the little children within.
They’ve kept the key safe
for all of these years
Safe in that box on the highest shelf
Of your distant memories.
And they're waiting on your command.

So give in!
Say yes to life
Say yes to love
Say yes to the music that’s been haunting you
and to the beat that's been living all caged up inside.

What are you waiting for?
The coffee to roast?
The bills to come?
The job to be done?
The war to be won?
The day to be done?

Well… make THEM wait on you this time!
It’s your day!

It’s got you in its sights
And, I’m a telling you, it won’t be quelled
Or quashed or put to bed.
It won’t listen to your sorry excuses

Being happy’s not a sin
And it’s not illegal to feel.
And no one will die if you just up and let out a squeal.

Take some risks
The Outcome should now become Irrelevant.

Just live your life for the love of God.
He’s sick of you wasting all that he’s given you.
And he’s tired of waiting on you.
To do what you were born to do.

Say yes to what’s just around the corner.
It’s been waiting On You
To reclaim the day.
To again see the magic in every second
Of every minute
Of every hour
Of every day.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

What if?

6 VERY Important Questions Everyone Should Ponder.

1. What if... You could have a wild animal for a pet? What would you choose and why?

EASY- Seahorse Seahorse Seahorse. Why? Because they have magical powers.

2.What if... You had 1 million dollars? How would you spend it and why?

I would Get the Heck outta Debt- Buy some land- Build a wikiupi up on it and a treehouse too. I'd do the same for my parents (although, they probably wouldn't want a wikiupi...) Then, I'd start an art community where all my friends would work and play and live.

3. What if... You were president for one day? What would you do?

I would centralize the medical system and integrate Eastern and Western medicine. Make the internet completely free and make sure every household had a computer. Make recycling a federal initiative. I would decriminalize marijuana, legalize medicinal marijuana and HEMP. Then I'd camp out on the white house lawn and invite all my friends and fam to join me for dinner.

4. What if... You had a genie that granted one wish per day? How would you use them?

I'd wish for world peace of course and I'd wish that everyone in the world could reach enlightenment in one fell swoop.
Oh yeah, and I'd eradicate doubt, poverty, negative energy and hunger.

5. What if... You could travel back in time? When and where would you go?

1776- Philly PA. I would want to have tea with Thomas Jefferson.

6. What if... You were stranded on an island with one possession; what would it be and why?

My toothbrush.

Hope you enjoyed this quiet moment alone with your imagination!