Saturday, June 14, 2014

I Want to Have a Big Rummage Sale


I'm having one of those days where I want to sell and give away almost everything of mine that isn't nailed down. Do you ever look around your living space and feel like that? I want to keep my cameras and my laptop but I am seriously just looking at everything else in my apartment wishing I could just put it all up for sale on Craigslist or something like that and start over with my clothes, my dishes, furniture, etc...

I know that everything I have wouldn't get much money but for some reason this morning instead of wanting to clean anything, I just want to get rid of it all. Tell me I'm not alone in this feeling.

I've talked about this before, but I have a desire to live more of a minimalistic lifestyle. I have watched the movie Jack Reacher a few times and one of my favorite things about the character Jack Reacher is he has no belongings. There is a scene in the beginning of the film where he walks into a thrift store, buys clothes to change into and then donates the ones he was wearing when he walked in on his way out of the store.

Now, I would never put on clothes from a thrift store before washing them, but the idea of having no possessions and being able to do whatever you want, whenever you want excites me.

I think this feeling is one of the reasons I've recently become addicted to reading about Natalie Sisson a.k.a. The Suitcase Entrepreneur. When she built her business she made it so that she could work from anywhere in the world that had an internet connection. She lived and worked out of her suitcase! Talk about freedom!!! Her clients never know if they are getting an email from her while she is sitting on a beach or doing a webinar minutes from the Eiffel Tower! How cool is that?

More and more lately I've just wanted to sell and give away my possessions and just hit the road with my husband making money by writing and taking pictures.

I've started to wonder what is holding me back. I've got debt but so what? Who says I can't make enough money to pay my bills from the road?!? I'm not getting any younger and I fear that if I don't just take off and hit the road soon I may never do it.

So, this post began as one about me not really wanting to clean my apartment, but I guess the real heart of the matter is I want to run away from home. LOL!

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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

A Wake Up Call- Stop Burning the Candle at Both Ends

burning the candle at both ends 

This morning was a serious wake up call. I woke up feeling so sick that I couldn't go into my day job. I have seriously got to make some adjustments to the way I organize my time, my business, my life. If I keep burning the candle at both ends there won't be any light left for me or anyone else to enjoy. 

Folks chasing your dreams while trying to pay the bills- how do you organize your time to have it all?

I posted this originally on facebook this morning and Domestic Goddess Kristen behind the amazing blog The Road to Domestication had the best answer for me. Check out what she wrote:

I literally SCHEDULE IN down time. Sounded so dumb to me at first…but everything else in life takes up time, so why not schedule in some time to rest, too?!

I have also had to remind myself that I CANNOT DO IT ALL, and I can’t HAVE it all…and that is
okay. I prioritize the day – the things I HAVE to do, like go to my full-time job, because if I don’t do that, then I’m in trouble as far as budgetary needs, ha!

I make sure there is time to do something for MYSELF. As selfish as I thought that was at first, I realized that, if I crash and burn, I can’t do anything for anyone! And if I am rested, and happy, and not feeling stressed, I really can do everything else BETTER. Now, that doesn’t mean that I’m out getting a pedicure every week or anything. Sometimes doing something for myself is just going for a walk in peace and quiet…or going to bed early! LOL

New for me in 2014 is blocking. I have literally blocked out several months of the year so I don’t have anything else happening except photography, Or except insurance. Or except family time. Or anything else. Not only can you get more accomplished when you’re focused, but you don’t feel so scattered from having to fight 10 fires at once.

I don’t even know if any of that book I just wrote makes sense…but YOU asked! LOL....


We are the ones who have a hard time listening to our bodies But we only have one! Hard to remember, but true!

To me every single part of what Kristen wrote makes perfect sense. I think it's exactly what I needed to read right now. I realize I can't keep giving myself to everyone because that's what caused me to wake up this morning and literally have nothing left. I could barely form a sentence when I called in sick. I had the most massive migraine and just took some Advil and went back to bed.

I normally get up at 6:30/7 at the latest and I slept in til 11 a.m. and felt so unaccomplished because of it. I just have been trying so hard to do so many things that my body slapped me silly this morning and then threw me back in bed.


Now I want YOU to chime in. How do YOU find a balance when trying to chase your dreams and maintain a day job?

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Saturday, June 7, 2014

I Hate Asking for Help


I hate asking for help. I am so used to getting up to get myself something when I want it and I get very annoyed when this isn't possible. Today I have no choice but to ask for help. I hurt my heel and because I need to stay off my foot today to be able to work tomorrow I'm being confined to my chair and only hobbling around to go to the bathroom. It sucks!

I'm sure anyone who has every had an injury that leaves them unable to do things on their own knows what I'm talking about. The feeling of not being able to be independent is as crippling in the mind as the injury is to the body.

I know I need to heal my heel but it's very frustrating sitting in this chair. I have errands to run, things I need to be doing but I can't do anything but sit here...GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

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Monday, May 26, 2014

Memorial Weekend 2014 Camping Recap





So, I thought I'd give ya'll a quick Memorial Weekend 2014 Camping Glamping Recap in the form of 10 lessons I learned:

1. Thou shalt not forget to bring the air mattress pump. Omg! We forgot the pump and therefore slept on the floor for three nights. Not awesome.
2. Thou shall bring a ceiling fan when glamping. Dude, if it had not been for the ceiling fan we brought for our tent, I'm not sure we would have made it through the weekend.
3. Thou shall re-apply sunscreen every 80 minutes. The directions on the sunscreen are serious bro! We were awesomely lucky to make it three days in the sun with no sunburn. Alas, I'm out of all of the four bottles of sunscreen I brought with.
4. Thou shalt not step on a root barefoot. I have been having massive amounts of trouble with my right heel lately. I've been walking a lot in hopes of losing some weight to ease the pressure and pain on my heel. Then, I stepped on a tree root while barefoot and lost all hope of doing much walking for the weekend. The pain got so bad I had to be pushed around in a wheelchair much of one evening.
5. Thou shalt not go to Wet N' Wild Memorial Day weekend. Okay, I am a fan of water parks but prefer them when they aren't as busy. We were camping near Wet N' Wild so the collective group decided we should spend a day there. Unfortunately this particular weekend drew such a crowd that every single ride had an hour long wait or longer. The wave pool was overflowing and there was NOTHING lazy about the lazy river. Note to self- on Memorial weekend just go to the free campground pool because we barely spent any time that day in the water...
6. Thou shall bring extra towels and wash cloths- Yep- we didn't have enough towels and wash cloths and had to re-use some towels thereby defeating the purpose of showering imho...
7. Thou shall bring a bigger cooler. Our cooler wasn't big enough to hold enough drinks between ice stops...
8. Thou shalt not wear water shoes too long- big ugly blisters- that is all!
9. Thou shalt not go to bed until re-applying bug spray- I got some wicked bites while sleeping.
10. Thou shalt not call it glamping unless in an RV or cabin- The weekend made me long for one of the two.
 

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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Chick-Fil-A Asian Salad Review


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I have a new obsession- the Chick-Fil-A Asian Salad. In the span of about 9 days I had three. Add to the fact that I literally had to walk a mile each day that I wanted one- you know this obsession is serious. I probably would get more if they weren't close to $8!

Basically, at the beginning of 2014 I had three of the calendar cards and for the month of May I could get a salad with the card. My husband only like Caesar salads and I work very close to a Chick-Fil-A so it only made sense to cash in these salads for myself. The first day I went into get one I had not yet learned of the fact that they are no longer serving the spicy chicken salad. I almost cried when it wasn't on the menu. After mulling it over I opted for the Asian salad figuring, eh- why not? If I don't like it no big deal because I've "made my money back" on the cards already. I chose grilled chicken and was delighted when it came with a honey sesame dressing, wontons and dried bell peppers.
 
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 I ate that salad faster than any salad I think I have ever consumed. I don't know if I was just starving from the fact I had to walk half a mile there and a half a mile back to work before I could eat it OR if it was just that good. So, two days later I felt it was only reasonable to try it again. I made the walk there and back only this time I was given honey sesame dressing, wontons and sliced almonds in place of the dried bell peppers. It was just as good the second time if not better!

I had other lunch plans for a few days but I am not kidding when I tell you that third free salad was burning a whole in my purse. First chance I got I made one more walk and got one more salad again with the almonds instead of the peppers.

I'm in love with the Chick-Fil-A Asian salad! I'm going to have to come up with a way to replicate it on my own at home!

This salad features freshly prepared with hot chicken, two cups of hand-chopped veggies and mandarin oranges and is served with honey sesame dressing. The optional toppings are wontons, dried bell peppers and sliced almonds. I'm sure I can get all these ingredients at my grocery store but I wonder if it will taste the same? hmmmmmmmm....
          

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Monday, May 19, 2014

Eggland's Best Review


One of the vendors at BlogHer 2013 was Eggland's Best. These folks gave me a coupon to try Eggland's Best at home for free for the purposes of review.

"You'll definitely be able to tell the difference because the eggs will taste better," said the gal at the booth.

I'm not sure if it was how I prepared them, but I honestly could not tell the difference. They didn't taste any better to me than the eggs I normally buy at the grocery store. The only difference I did notice is that the Eggland's Best brand was nearly double to cost for a dozen.

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Do you like Eggland's Best? Am I crazy here? Do you REALLY notice a difference?

I know that Eggland's Best brand is better for me in the sense that they say they never use hormones, steroids, or antibiotics of any kind. They also promise a superior, better quality, fresher egg....and that's all good, but for the taste- I just didn't notice a difference.

If I do make the decision to permanently switch from the brand I normally buy it won't be because of taste.

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Friday, May 9, 2014

Product Review: Girl Scouts Coffee Mate Flavors

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I know. I know. It's becoming a little too much of a trend lately, but here is another overdue review. I'm finally getting the many items on my to-do list checked off. Woohoo!!

Okay! I was sent two bottles of Girl Scouts Flavors Coffee Mate (the liquid not the powdered form) for the purposed of review. Although I was sent these items for free, all of these opinions are my own. I'm told the two flavors are still available for purchase at Target stores. Have you seen them anywhere else? Chime in with a comment!


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Coffee Mate Flavor One- Girl Scouts Thin Mints: I tried the Thin Mints flavor in several different drinks. In coffee it makes the drink taste pretty good. When the liquid hits your tongue it's sweet and then when you swallow the bitterness of the coffee comes back but with a hint of the mint.

I also tried a creamer martini with the Thin Mint creamer. It was equal parts vodka, milk and Thin Mints creamer. This was QUITE tasty. I definitely could sip this for a while!

Next was a hot cocoa a Thin Mint concoction. This was my favorite! SO GOOD! Tastes like Christmas in a cup. YUM! Tried it in hot tea though and nearly threw up. Gross! Seriously! Don't do this ya'll!!!


Coffee Mate Flavor Two- Girl Scouts Caramel and Coconut aka Samoas: Overall after all of my kitchen testing this was my favorite creamer. In coffee, vodka, tea and hot cocoa this creamer is fantastic. It's not as good in the hot cocoa as the Thin Mints one but it wins for versatility hands down!


I made a creamer martini with this creamer as well and I'm lovingly calling it a Samoatini. Next time I'll line the glass with chocolate swirls and have a graham cracker and chocolate rim and I could seriously drink these all night! So frikkin' yummy!!!!!


If you are a coffee lover I would highly recommend these creamers. If you like creamy martinis I would also highly recommend these creamers. You know what? Just go to Target and buy one of each and try them for yourself. Let me know what you think of them in the comments below!



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Friday Smiles :)

And now...it's time for some Friday smiles found on facebook and added here for your enjoyment. All pics were found at Its So 'Dumb and Stupid' -Its Funny. If you are a photographer who took a photo below and want it removed OR if you just want a photo credit let me know. I'm a photographer too- I understand :)



















Monday, February 3, 2014

Fabulous Find - The Gun Box



I have wanted to start posting cool products and neat things I find on the internet for a while. Another blogger I follow calls her finds like this fabulous finds. I loved the idea so I asked her if it would bother her if I basically copied her idea and posted my finds as fabulous finds too...She said she wouldn't mind a bit. After a few months, I completely forgot about wanting to post fabulous finds...that is until today when I stumbled upon this product...The Gun Box. I don't personally own any fire arms yet, but this product is - in my opinion- fabulous!!!

I don't want to start an argument about whether or not fire arms should be in the home, so any comments about that will be deleted. The main idea behind this post is that if you do have firearms in your home, I think this product is an awesome way to store one for emergencies. Just check out the video.

Philip Seymour Hoffman- One More Reason Why I'm Glad I'm Not a Celebrity



Yesterday, like so many other folks, I saw the blips begin in my facebook feed that Philip Seymour Hoffman had passed away. Within seconds of this news breaking, the opinions began because of his alleged cause of death. He was allegedly found with a needle in his arm and died of a suspected drug overdose. Some posted opinions that he was a great actor taken too soon while others immediately began posting things like:

"He threw his life away...why waste the space about him?"


Anytime a celebrity dies of an alleged overdose, it feels like there is an unfair number of people that act as though the celebrity deserved to die. This drives me crazy. How can you jump to conclusions as if you knew him?

I'm not sure what caused Philip Seymour Hoffman to begin doing drugs, but I do personally know how devastating struggles with addiction can be. To say he threw his life away and we shouldn't "waste the space" talking about him is an unfair reaction- especially if you weren't close to him or his family.

I know my family would be twice as devastated if they heard I had lost my life and then had to hear horrible things about me in the same breath.


Therefore, this is just one more reason I'm so glad I'm not a celebrity. To live in the public, where every single aspect  of your daily life is dissected and ripped apart and then to have your death be just as public and speculated upon- that would just be horrible.

God bless the family and friends of Phillip Seymour Hoffman. I pray for your comfort in this time of grief. Rest in peace Mr. Hoffman.


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Friday, January 31, 2014

Friday, January 31, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 

#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Friday, January 31, 2014
Did you feel a lot of pressure with January's NaBloPoMo?

Nope! For me, these prompts are a release for me. If I miss one on any given day, I'll either write on it later or just let it go. These prompts don't make me feel any pressure at all. Sometimes the prompts are uncomfortable or I don't like them so I'll do a different post for the day, but I don't stress about them at all. I'm grateful for them and look forward to them. In fact, sometimes I'll get so into them I'll sit and write several of them in one sitting and then schedule them to post on the specific day they were supposed to go live. Other times I get sad when I run out of posts so I'll just write additional ones for me. It's like therapy for me...I just put out what I feel and am honest and open. I love blogging prompts in general. They make me think and then I write what I think. It's great!



Things I Want- But How?

Okay, here's The Famous Ashley Grant's deep thoughts that have bubbled up all month and resulted in this post on this last day of the first month of this new year...

I know I want to be able to help people- truly help people. I want to enjoy my life with my husband. I want to be a traveling writer and photographer. NOTE- I did NOT say a travel writer or a travel photographer. I've learned that I don't want to be a travel writer or travel photographer because I want to actually be able to enjoy the things I see and experience. There IS a difference. Traveling while writing and taking pictures is VERY different from traveling to a place with the sole intention of taking pictures of the place and writing about the place. Sure, I want to do some of that, but my main focus is the writing and taking pictures while traveling...

I also know that I have to make a certain amount of money each month to survive. My struggle as of late has been to combine all my wants into a career that will fulfill each of my wants while also satisfying that bottom line number that I have to meet.

I have felt so lost lately and so frustrated and I'm just not sure what my next step is.

How can I write and take pictures while traveling and make enough money to survive but also help people along the way?

I want to be able to give money to someone in need, buy a cup of coffee for a stranger any time the mood strikes, pay someone's rent one month that really deserves a break, give a gift card for a mani-pedi to a mom that never takes care of herself, give a massage certificate to a hard worker I know stands on their feet all day...I have a heart filled with the desire to give, but a financial situation causing me to worry more about my own needs than those of others.

I know exactly how much money I need to be making to pay all of my bills on time every month, get myself out of debt and start saving for retirement, but every time I have a moment to myself...my mind wanders to how much I want to give to others. How do I get it all? How do I find a way to give when I keep needing to receive?

I continue to seek my answer...

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Thursday, January 30, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 

#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Thursday, January 30, 2014
If you could persuade people to do one thing right now, what would it be?

Give me money. LOL! Is that wrong? Perhaps..but persuading people to give me money would mean I then have money and then boom- Happy Ashley indeed!

I figured I would just lay it out there and give a 100% honest answer. Once I get to a number I'm satisfied with, I suspect I'll quit trying to get people to give me money, but now...in this moment when I'm still struggling financially- that's what I want to persuade folks to do- give me money :)




Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 

#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Are you good at influencing other people?

I am not sure. My husband tells me I make him want to be a better man. My mom tells me I can make her smile on a bad day. So, I would like to think I influence some people in a good way... If anyone else is influenced by me- in a good or bad way- I have no idea.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 

#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Which of your responsibilities stress you out the most?

Bills. Isn't that everyone's most stressful responsibility?  Paying bills... It's what causes many of my other responsibilities and thus...it's my most stressful. Nothing more to report here...that's it!

Monday, January 27, 2014

Monday, January 27, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 

#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Monday, January 27, 2014
What puts more pressure on you: time constraints or achieving perfection?

Time constraints. I'm not as much of a perfectionist as I used to be. I've accepted that you sometimes just have to do your best and then just let it go...but the time it takes to accomplish certain tasks is what drives me mad. I'm trying to learn how to streamline and not take as long to complete my tasks, but their are some things that simply can not be rushed and I must be patient and carry on. Sadly, patience has never been one of my strong suits...

Friday, January 24, 2014

Friday, January 24, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 


#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Friday, January 24, 2014
Does pressure ever make you want to rebel and do the exact opposite of what is being asked of you?

The only rebellion I've ever had the urge to commit would be to pack up my car and just drive until I run out of money and then figure out a way to keep running on the road. Saner thoughts always prevail though because I know running from your problems doesn't fix them, it actually just makes them worse.

Today Was a Good Day 1/24/14


I just finished a project and while sitting here I had a few things flash through my mind and wanted to share them.

All it takes is a nice gesture to make your day- I chose to get Subway for lunch. I wasn't in the mood to cook or prepare anything and figured Subway would be a healthy enough option. The guy making my sandwich was nice and told me I looked very pretty today. I've never met this man. He just blurted out something sweet and it made me smile. In fact, it made my day! It made me want to compliment someone else and make their day too :)

I really enjoy my job- I've not had as much work lately as I would like, but the work I do have- I thoroughly enjoy! I love writing and taking pictures so, so, so, sooooo much. I'm so freakin' grateful for the fact I get to do these things for a living.

I need to do more work- I need to do every single thing that has been assigned to me right away, even if is no where near my deadline. Then, I need to do more work...even things not assigned to me. I need to write more eBooks and blog posts and take more pictures. I've said this before, but I realized today just how crucial this is for my happiness! I'm happiest when I'm working on projects. Who knows? I might write an eBook that makes me my first million! ;)











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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Thursday, January 23, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 

#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Thursday, January 23, 2014
Do you think it's possible to control your temper when facing enormous pressure?

I think it depends on the person. Some people can snap if they stub their toe, others can stay cool as a cucumber even when someone is screaming in their face. Personally, I feel like it would take a lot of discipline to stay calm under enormous pressure. As I said in another recent prompt I wouldn't lose my temper, I would just cry... I do wish I had the discipline not to cry though.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 


#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Do you have a bad temper? How often do you lose your temper?

I don't have a bad temper and when I do have a temper I rarely "lose it". I am an emotional person though and when things are bothering me I am more likely to crawl under the covers or hide in a corner and cry than I am to get angry and loud and yell. I hate confrontation and I hate being mean so I typically internalize everything and just let it out in sobs and tears. I feel like since I don't want to hurt anyone I'll just take the pain and let it out in my own way. Often times this backfires because when I have the right to be angry and loud, I'll still just internalize the pain. I'm working on this, but it's hard when I'm afraid to have an impact on anyone in a negative manner. I know this is bad. Keeping the peace can often lead to a bigger war later, but I'm a work in progress. I can't just flip a switch over night. I fear that if I did, I might become the exact opposite of what I am now and have a bad temper that I lose too often...

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 


#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Do you feel pressure to be perfect? How much of it is tied to what you see online?

I don't feel pressure to be perfect in accordance with what society expects of me, but I do feel pressure to be the perfect version of myself I have in my head. I feel like I'm supposed to be a certain size in clothes and number on the scale and be making a hell of a lot more money than I currently do. However, I don't feel like it has anything to do with what I see online. It's more about the pressure of what I feel like I need for me to be the best I can be.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Monday, January 20, 2014

 Nablopomo January 2014 


#NaBloPoMo January 2014 Prompt for Monday, January 20, 2014
Do you still feel pressure of conform? If no, what age did it stop?

I stopped feeling the pressure to conform when I got married. So, I guess age 21 was when I stopped feeling that pressure. Before I got married I thought I was supposed to get a house by a certain age, get a steady job and climb the corporate ladder, own a particular wardrobe, carry specific handbags, etc... When I got married I realized that STUFF doesn't matter to me. Experiences are what matters to me. I want to visit Europe, drive cross country to California, be a traveling writer & photographer, etc... I no longer worry about name brands and expensive stuff like I used to.

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

My Favorite New Year Facebook Posts



Happy New Year friends and readers! I've seen some pretty encouraging posts for the day and I just had to share some of them with you. Here are some of my favorite New Year's facebook posts. Enjoy!

"May you live your life expecting each day to be better than the last, may you achieve all you set your heart on, and may you realize that you are the only one who can prevent it from happening!"
- Chuck Palm

"I hope this New Year will be a better, more productive, empowering, enlightening, successful, goal fulfilling, potential realizing, destiny awakening, revolutionizing one for every person!"
-Lara Kontakos

"I woke up to rain...God is washing away the old and bringing in the NEW!!! This is going to be a GREAT year....With a New Year comes new beginning out with the old. I wish everyone a prosperous, progressive and wonderful 2014!!!"
- Doc Rose

"May this year be YOUR year! Don't wait for the magic to happen, make it yourself! Start today!"
- Laura Kulikowski

"January, the door into the New Year. The time is now to turn our focus inward and to prepare for the journey that is the year to come. Let us hope that this year will bring with it peace, joy, fun & laughter. A Year full of friends and full of blessings...Here's wishing everyone a prosperous and happy New Year 2014!"
- Debbie Gonzalez

"good morning fbks....well a happy, happy new year to you!! i hope you had a good and safe night and that you are ready to face the new year making it better than last year!! remember if you want to see change this year, you need to start with self. smile a little more, hug a little more and tell people that you love them a little more....smile at strangers and help those in need if you are able to....you will reap the benefits of your deeds!! here is your inspiration for the day!!

'In life you can never be too kind or too fair; everyone you meet is carrying a heavy load. When you go through your day expressing kindness and courtesy to all you meet, you leave behind a feeling of warmth and good cheer, and you help alleviate the burdens everyone is struggling with.' - Brian Tracy”

- Peter Caruana

"HAPPY HAPPY NEW YEAR! This will be a year of joy, health and goodwill. I pray happiness for you and those around you"

- Tricia Redner Garner

And of course...mine...
"May your 2014 be filled with an abundance of love, happiness, finances, adventure and more!"
- The Famous Ashley Grant 

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