“Wes Go!”

“I don’t really have time to say goodbye. Not many even know I’m leaving. Not many even care. And certainly no one knows where I’m truly headed because not even I know that.” “Go Quiet. Shut it all down, Love.” “‘Cept the music.” “Yes, of course.” “Ya know who visited me today in my Dreams? […]

TRIP ADVISOR. AN HONEST LOOK INTO DREAMS TULUM, RESORT & SPA. (Let’s Get Out of Here Before I Blame This On Jesus, TRIP).

So, my best friend and I have this running inside joke about the time I blamed something on Jesus. Poor Jesus! He always gets my wrath in the end, or at least that is the way it was. But really, I was talking about our Bell Boy in the Riviera Maya, named Jesus. Jesus and Liz. […]

Fluent.

Divine intervention met me between the two coasts, on the edge of reason, sitting on the fence between a paycheck and my wildest dreams come true. Yet, I sat. Am I stupid? No. I’m calculated. I see the biggest picture. Not bigger. Biggest. It takes many steps, one further still and two behind yet. Many […]

There’s No Place Like Home – Cinderella & The Wizard of Oz; a Love Story.

Dream | 11•17 He was a terrorist and said my face was ugly. My selfie didn’t look like me. I think that’s where the fire began to simmer the pot and I boiled over, not even realizing everyone was watching, especially Rob. But Rob wasn’t in the lead anymore, not in The Sound of Music […]

Parallel Universe “Me” Kicks Ass!

I’ll tell ya what! Parallel Universe “Me” is kickin’ some serious ass! My dreams are off the hook lately and thoughts become things, so I fully expect to find home, queendom, kingdom, and greener grass. I expect reconciliation with a side of sticky, entertaining love. All set to the Sound of Music. Some day, beyond the […]

Stop the Train! Red-Light District Rage.

Wow. Mini epiphany just now. It’s no wonder people don’t know what I’m talking about half the time. I’m trying to really practice slowing down, balance and awareness of my thought process. I just consciously back-tracked through about 30-60 seconds of my train of thought, and I wasn’t quite sure why I did, until now. […]