Bucket List this Summer

Ok, so my plan for this summer is to do something I’ve never done before at least a couple of times. Maybe like every other day or so. Now, I know that I may not follow through on this all of the time, but I want to live more and be more. You only life once, right? Let’s get started!

  1. Get creative with baking (“special brownies”..)
  2. Go the hidden springs (near my area)
  3. Go to the hidden waterfalls
  4. Go to crater lake
  5. Go on a hike (upper table rock, mount Ashland) 
  6. Hang out with somebody new
  7. Street perform
  8. Do something wild with my hair 
  9. Get the tannest ever (I’ve never tried that hard to get tan, ok?)
  10. Go camping
  11. Get a guinea pig
  12. Eat at a new place
  13. See a Shakespeare play
  14. Drink a beer and smoke a cigar right outside of my apartment with my roomie.
  15. Run like crazy 
  16. See a band live somewhere downtown (armory)
  17. Have a photo shoot out in nature
  18. Go to a tanning bed a couple of times
  19. Make new friends
  20. Get a massage (doesn’t sound that crazy but I haven’t had one in so long)
  21. Prank someone
  22. Make a photography blog
  23. Have a dance party in our apartment
  24. Go to the Oregon coast
  25. Drive to Portland with a friend 
  26. Go out in nature and draw a picture 
  27. Do something in regards to the church
  28. Go to science works
  29. Go kayaking
  30. Go to an art gallery or museum
  31. Go to Jacksonville
  32. Go line dancing
  33. Read an ENTIRE book (thrilling I know)
  34. Take a tour
  35. Do a spa day
  36. Go to the cabaret 
  37. Go to railroad district
  38. Watch the sunset
  39. Watch the sunrise 
  40. Go to a new winery
  41. Take a yoga class
  42. Go to the vortex in Medford
  43. Go to Ashland resovior 
  44. Go on a picnic
  45. Karaoke night!
  46. North mountain parks
  47. Go to chanticleer’s garden hammock
  48. Go to Lithia park gazibo

That’s all I have for now!:) 

Stay tuned! 


Isn’t it weird how some memories can be almost completely erased and incredibly blurry, while others can be remembered so vividly? Feelings, emotions, meaningful experiences. These are all things that you can truly remember! 

Just a though!:)

Stress Stress and more stress

I hate stressing out… it’s awful!

I’m just really overwhelmed right now. I definitely need some encouragement right now folks. I am completely all over the place!

Why? Because I have to PACK! I hate packing. I’ve been dreading it since the beginning of the year… I hate moving so much. I just wanna be in my new apartment already!

I cannot wait to get settled and live my first summer in Ashland! I just wanna fast forward! 
I feel like I just needed to vent. 
That is all!

It’s Not Just You

The Daily Dahlia

Confession: probably my biggest pet peeve on the planet is when people start a question with “Am I the only one who…?” No. You’re not. You’re not the only one who writes that way, reads that way, likes that food, likes that band, thinks Benedict Cumberbatch sounds like a Game of Thrones character or looks like someone squeezed Spongebob and stuck googly eyes on him…you’re just not. But. There’s a different kind of “Is it just me?” feeling, and that’s the stress of when you’re drowning in something and nobody’s talking about it and you feel like everyone’s got it together but you, and so you don’t wanna say a thing, and it all snowballs until you basically wanna curl up and die. I know that feeling. It’s why I wrote this post after splitting with my first agent. So in case you are wondering any of these things, I…

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The author of this article is terribly confused and the article itself is beyond disappointing. It is the 21st century, I can’t even fathom why there are still people out there that have issues with transgenderism and the queer movement in general. Somebody feeling as if they are trapped inside the wrong body has EVERY RIGHT to change in order to be comfortable in his or her own skin. Deciding to become a man or woman in order to feel HAPPY requires a large amount of courage, and for somebody to shut that person down is completely insensitive. The person who decided to write such a politically incorrect article is obviously confused about the feminist movement, and all LGBTQ social movements in general. Feminism is an incredibly vast concept that so many people don’t understand, it is difficult to start an argument and have such a strong opinion on something that you really don’t know anything about. I am not saying that I myself am not guilty of this, but I’ve learned that if I really don’t get something, I should research it. This woman, although formerly a man physically, chose to do something for herself in order to lead a happy and healthy life. We in NO WAY have the right to judge her. “Calling Bruce Jenner a Woman” is not only embracing what the LGBTQ movement is about, but it is also inspiring so many men and women out there that are confused about their sexuality. I wish articles like this didn’t exist, but then again it goes to show that we as a society have so much to learn.