I never travelled out of the country as a kid. We did lots of camping, boating and fishing trips. We had so many adventures. Saw amazing things, learnt a lot about the outdoors. I could chop wood at a young age, I saw phosphorescent (glowing water as I called it), learnt where fish came from, I could start a fire (it really is an art form) and I slept under the stars.
I am a dreamer. I love the fact that there are endless possibilities to anything.
Think about it, in your life today, you have the option (which is a gift in it’s self) to do whatever you want. You want to be a doctor, go be a doctor. You want to write a song, you write the crap out of that song. You want to be a stay at home Mum, DO IT. You can be anything, you can do anything!
This post is a little different from what I usually write about. OK, it’s a lot different. This topic is something that has hit home for me though, something I feel very strongly about. I am not trying to tell anyone what to think. I am sharing my understand on the situation based on facts from the documentry ‘Before the Flood’. Any negative comments will be deleted, as this post is coming from a scared yet positive place. I am not interested in a debat on climate science. Thank you inadvance and enjoy.
HAPPY TURKEY DAY!!!!
Up here in the Great White North, we’re celebrating Thanksgiving! Turkey, turkey, ham! October is such a beautiful month ❤
Us in our natural state.
Photo Credit: Reed via Google
I want to do a million and one things. Things that I could have done when I was younger, but knowing what I know now, I would not have appreciated them. I wouldn’t have experienced them the way that I want to know.
Sex…in the… afternoon… I’m sorry I don’t understand what you’re saying.
That was my response to my friend who doesn’t have two small children. Continue reading