Story Time?

Here Is A Story

Ended up posting my previous post late, fell asleep; haha. Today has been absolutely incredible, love what I have going for me right now. I feel fantastic, eating healthy and surrounding myself around the right kind of people. Not to say some people are horrible and others are fantastic, what I’m getting at here is that at this point in my life I have certain goals and want to achieve them to help others achieve theirs; the people I choose to be around help me achieve my goals.

So here’s a little story about a time I went to visit family in Victoria BC. I’m having this flash back of the craziness as I write this, it truly was unique. Driving down the Trans Canada Highway with my father, mother, brother in-law and cousin, then BOOM! To our amazement no one was injured and our vehicle wasn’t nearly as damaged as it could have been (we all could have been killed), a cow decided to stroll into the slow lane of the highway… My father slammed on the breaks gently turning to the left to veer towards the median, as this enormous animal realizes the situation it’s in it decides to take a quick pit stop! As in bunker down for the night! The thing just lies down where it stands, obviously in shock he/she was which is you know, understandable; car coming towards you going 80km+/hr. So at the time of seeing the cow, to hitting the breaks, to veering to the left, we are able to slow down to the point where no major damage was done but we did cave right into the median. Yes the cow made it home safe and sound, I assume. Local farmers cow? Who knows… We were able to get towed back home in a timely manner and no one was rushed to the hospital.

Thank you for smart phones! typing in “tow truck victoria” lead us to a number of different tow truck companies. A number of them didn’t answer their phone and after finally finding a tow truck company who answers their phone one gentleman arrived ready to save the day. Continue reading Story Time?

Venture onto venting?

A little story to tell

So this time around I’d like to briefly discuss what has happened in the last six months of my life. Having made beautiful friendships, challenged enormous amounts of adversity, dove into new business ventures, and last but most certainly not least coming to the conclusion that we are all perfect.

Understanding that all good things must come to an ending has put me in the head space of seeing things for what they are and not more than that. To be extra ordinary is of huge importance, yet the application of this concept is tremendously challenging… We as humans label things and focus so much on trying to analyze one thing or another but when you break down that barrier and stop getting in the way of yourself you become light in the sense that you just feel it. Achieving this is by no means easy; it forever is a constant practice. I myself have begun surfacing my emotions in the sense that I aspire to be nothing more than myself. Years spent repressing my feelings has led to a building of bad habits.

No regrets, I am forever grateful for the people I have come across, the animals I have had the pleasure of calling companions, the beautiful experiences I have experienced and the incredible places I have been. At the age of thirty-two I can now say that through my life I have learned a number of valuable lessons and numbering them in anyway shape or form would be ludicrous. Thirty-two and working at a quaint little bistro? Hmm, made an effort to pursue the trades but I quickly realized that the life of a tradeswoman was not the life for me. On one hand I love what I do and love the people I work with, on the other hand I understand I fill a position and am simply putting revenue in another individuals pocket for hour’s of my time.

stress relief

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