Haiku and photography as a journal of a runner’s journey into not running all the while finding both beauty and meaning in the day to day to day adventures of being alive.
Archives for March 2019
When I first made the decision to get sober, I had no idea of the bountiful benefits it would provide. I thought I was simply going to learn how to not rely on putting a substance in my body to make it through the day. In reality, sobriety taught me much more. It taught me a new way of life.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), it’s estimated that 481,000 people use cellphones while driving during the day. With these high numbers, you’d expect public transportation operators to take extra care since they’re carrying multiple passengers, but that’s not always the case.
Whether it’s outfits for school, or day-to-day activities, or formal wear for weddings, trends change, and we have to stay on top of them if we want our girls looking Instagram ready!
The Vikings, or rather – Scandinavians of ancient times loved all kinds of games. Their sports and games practices are pretty extensively documented. It would appear that they had a number of leisure and entertainment activities that featured heavily in their societies.
Companies such as Tesla, Microsoft, Lionsgate Films, Expedia, WordPress, Virgin Galactic and others like PayPal have already embraced the use of cryptocurrency. According to the companies that have adopted its use, they’ve reported that cryptocurrency can eliminate various drawbacks experienced with traditional payment methods.
Today, with the rapid development of science and technology, wireless charging has shown broad development prospects.
Nothing is ever truly over
When, at the funeral home, I reached out to say goodbye, I noticed the watch he was wearing was right on time. I don’t know what that means in a timeless world, but he was more interested in who you were… in the here and now.
First we will feel and make room for grief, knowing that in love’s time we will go forward, greater than we were, better for having known another.