October 3: Mi Corazón

To a new kind of special someone…

With knowing my past time spent in fiction, you took my hand and lead us to the other side of the life library. You guided me through a variety of new novels as we explored in the stacks of love and history. Your words never drifted and the chapters only got better with time. In A silent & spark filled room, You made sense of topics I never thought to understand. I finally realized the effortless truth of real nonfiction.

September 28: Travel the World by Streetcar

To the strongest of personal connections…

In the pockets of this big bag lies a bunch of smaller bags for sharing. For only the boldest adventures does one travel with the whole thing on his back. It’s hard and it’s risky, but it’s these times that you really change your life. Each suitcase holds a different amount of baggage as we search for connections strong enough to help us unpack.

September 27: Rummaged through the produce and found the perfect peach

To your highschool best friend…

Turns out, our basements were better than the clubs. Driving around our city, we saw the glory and felt the glamor when we had no reason to. As we spent our days laughing at detentions and making avoidable mistakes, our ever-changing prom dates weren’t going to stop this dance. yeah, sometimes we still needed to ride in the back of your mom’s van, but for the most part, These four years of illusioned adulthood gave us complete freedom.

September 25: Earth Spins to the beat of her own drum

To continuously overcoming fear…

THRILL-SEEKERS RUN, JUMP AND DIVE FOR IT. THEY CLIMB, CHASE AND FREEZE FOR IT. HOWEVER, EVEN THE BRAVE GET SCARED WHEN THEY LEAST EXPECT IT. FINALLY PEAKING OVER THE EDGE, THE WORLD IS EQUALLY PRECIOUS & BEAUTIFUL AS IT’S COMPLETELY FRIGHTENING AND UTTERLY STILL. ROCKS SLOWLY FALL, BUT OUR NEED FOR ADVENTURE STILL PUSHES OUR POLE TO DIRT AS OUR BACKBONE KEEPS US STEADY. ALL WE KNOW IS THAT IT’S GOING TO BE OKAY. MOVING ON TO THE NEXT EDGE.

September 24: Extra sodas in the cooler

To turning all situations into a party  …

The details of where you are- nah, you don’t need money for this kind of trip. a farmer taps his cigarette out the window of an old Ford, bracing the engine in hopes it starts on green. A dad puts on a show for his van of kids crying kids, curious as to when his sportscar got so big. The young driver blushes as she hits the curb behind you and the veteran honks from three cars back to teach her a lesson. A mother cruises by as she drives her mom home from the doctor’s office, neutral in her smile and wondering where the time has gone. Why would we ever get out of this traffic? The city is throwing a party on the freeway and everyone is already here. No passports or motels necessary; it’s a free stay at hotel highway.