Every year, all around the globe people make different New Year’s resolutions. Rather it maybe losing weight, going on that vacation or visiting family. Everyone hopes for new things, better things for the year to come. So what do YOU hope for 2017?  

    This year i’m not going to make the list a mile high like the years in the past. 2016 was a harsh year, between multiple deaths, loss of friends and a constant headache with my health.  For the 2017 resolutions I am only choosing three the rest will come in god’s will: Love stronger, forgive more, and don’t stop walking.   Some would say that’s clique because of the known quote “live,laugh,love”.  However, they couldn’t be further from the meaning behind my resolutions.  

I want to love myself stronger, I want to share my love with my family members more, I want to love my partner stronger in our relationship.                  

  Everyone says they’re going to forgive more but do we really? So this year I’m dedicating more to forgive the ones in my past, the present and the future.  

Lastly, don’t stop walking is probably my deepest resolution for the coming year. I mean it not just physically but emotionally as well. I need to walk daily for health benefits, but I need to remind myself to not stop walking mentally. When there is that log in the way of my path I need to continue to walk forward not backwards like the years behind me.

    So to the new year to come. I welcome 2017 with open arms and faith god will lead me where he wants me.  SO to 2017! CHEERS! 


        I use to be full of vigor when it came to writing. Then with time,life, and many trials I have fallen short of anything close to it.  I would write on anything I could as a kid rather it been in trees, rocks and even my dad’s tools.  It could have been a new word I learned in school, or just a quick thought.  I still imagine a desk in front of a window with a basket full of wadded up paper but a final copy of a finished work.  Yet, the only thing that is on my desk is empty notebooks and new pens.  My vigor soul is there waiting to be let out but the wall is almost impossible to break down. 

Daily Post: Vigor

Happy Thanksgiving

                 Thanksgiving, some a history moment of peace between people of other cultures.  Others and like many Americans we celebrate how thankful we are for our families, friends and even our careers.  We come together at this time of the year to remember to be thankful for what we have. Rather it’s family, friends or just thankful for shelter we have.  So I want to start by saying thank you to my select few friends and family members who have been there for me.  As well as our service men of all types and my truck drivers that helped make sure my Oreo’s were on the shelf tonight.  With all that being said I hope that all of you reading this a happy, happy and yummy thanksgiving. May our loved ones come together tomorrow in PEACE and spread the JOY with all of our yummy dishes out there.