There is nothing quite as beautiful as beholding someone who chooses to show up. Not physically. I'm talking with all they got, all they are, all they want. With all the inner workings, desires, hopes, insecurities, fears, doubts. It's the showing up that indicates Life. A desire to Live. A desire to be free, to… Continue reading Alchemical connection – 60/100
I hear your pain. I see your pain. I almost feel your pain. I don't know the answers. I don't need to know. I'm here for you, friend. I'm here at your sidelines. I'll walk alongside you. I'll run next to you if you need. I believe in greater things for you, as you believe… Continue reading To my friend – 52/100
Her eyes, so piercing and inviting, soul, so wild and free heart, so open and willing. The depth both scares and draws, like a moth to flame dancing to possible death There's nothing to do but leap, jump that cliff, challenge gravity, defy the emptiness of failed connections. Thoughts, feelings, decisions feel seemingly recklessness until… Continue reading Eyes, soul, heart – 51/100
I asked God for an adventure. I thought I knew what I was asking. I thought I knew what it would look like. I thought I knew where it would take me – or at least an idea. I know now I knew nothing. Not knowing has never been so damn exciting and fun. This… Continue reading I asked for an adventure – 32/100
I once dated a guy who had something to say about the title of this blog, Hungry and Foolish. It comes from Steve Jobs, originally said, Stay hungry, stay foolish. This guy I dated said that he didn't agree with the Foolish part, almost as if it was beneath him. Like the idea of being… Continue reading Hungry and definitely foolish – 18/100
I got my eyebrows retouched from microblading (tattoo) a few days ago. I thought the lady that did the work did a great job. I liked it and heard compliments from others. I finally got the chance to show my mom. "Look Mom, I got my eyebrows touched up." "Ah I see, it looks okay."… Continue reading My mom and my eyebrows – 16/100
There is really nothing better than being at peace with where I'm at, what I'm doing, who I am, and where I'm going. Nothing.