Showing posts from January, 2018

The Ramblings Inside My Creative Mind: What I Ask Of This New Year

Even though we’re already more than a few weeks into the year it is never too late to ask the universe what good things to bring into your life and what negative things you don’t want to follow you from the year prior.
        This new year I want to bring new and exciting journeys. This doesn’t have to mean travel, although that is part of my plan. To me it also means new paths in life that were once closed off before, but the brush is now starting to clear. This year I have returned to school after almost a decade. It’s been sort of rocky because I’ve been out of practice for so long, but I’m more excited beyond words. If there’s anything in my life that I truly love(d) doing it was learning. I changed my major from Journalism/Communications to Creative Writing and I have found my calling. I love my classes and I love being back in a classroom. This is my journey that will open up the door to more journeys in the near future and so on.
       I still have this …

The Ramblings Inside My Creative Mind: Farewell 2017

Well well well, 2017. You really outdid yourself. The last few years of my life seemed to be a downward spiral of tragedy, heartbreak, death, loss, and well little good seemed to come from 2012-2016. It took 2017 to show me that there is a little bit of light at the end of the tunnel.
        When we started I just wanted 2016 to end. We’d lost so many icons and I lost my own personal hero, my father. 2016 was probably the toughest of my life. 2017 brought me a few adventures. I was able to attend of few comic cons. Traveled to Cleveland with my best friend, (the first road trip we’ve had in years) so that I could meet Anthony Mackie. Over the course of the year I’ve met David Tennant, Billy Boyd, and John Barrowman. I got to visit my second home, Chicago, twice this year. One of those times to see my favorite band, U2. Seeing the Joshua Tree Tour was such an amazing moment that I will cherish. 2017 gave that to me. I got a tattoo to honor my father and had my mother th…