Daily Archives: July 23, 2015
Ignorance Is Bliss
if ignorance is bliss
it might explain
all the stupid smiles
to be seen every day
in the information age
to choose to be happy
must equal a choice to
also remain ignorant
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☆☆☆ Tanka ☆☆☆
galaxy’s flower in starry night
delicate girl dreams secret wishes come true
mystic undying love like legend
graceful summer rose knows miracle of destiny
pure heart finds happiness with wonderful intuition
I never understood how people believe the goverment version of 9/11. It’s as if the world has awknologed a pig wearing a cows mask and they have convinced them self’s it a cow. Remember tower 7? – Dark Political Humor
I Can’t Save Him // And that’s ok.
My brother’s struggle began last spring. But that’s not my story to tell.
My story is just an aftershock.
When I first found out about my brother’s problems, I ran to the edge, didn’t look back, and dove in. I knew, together, we would beat this.
It didn’t take long for it to be clear that no matter how many support groups, helping hands, and long tirades and tears I threw together, nothing would happen until he decided he wanted those things too. It was obvious, but I was blind. Even with his own troubles getting worse, and my constant failures to get him help continued to pile up, I could not take no for an answer. I had an empathetic ear, an open heart, a broken spirit; there must have been something I could have done.
Seasons passed and too many tears were shed. Too many late night calls were…
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Setting a Goal, Earning The View
conquering the climb; 46 Mountains, One Lifetime
For months I have been trying to brainstorm the perfect blog that I would have no problems writing endless posts and taking endless pictures for. I started giving up on my little blogging hobby; Every weekend I’m gone on a camping trip.. how could I even make my posts consistent? And then I thought, “Why not combine my two favorite things… posting content online with my outdoor adventures.”
So now here I am, writing a blog about my goal to climb all 46 of the Adirondack High Peaksin upstate New York. The only feeling greater than being surrounded entirely by nature is the feeling of overcoming a goal as great as climbing a mountain. I hope to try and put those feelings into words and share with you the exhilarating feeling that is reaching your dreams, or in this case, the summit.