La Paz: The Drive

La Paz: The Drive

                I got the incredible opportunity to go to a beautiful beach in La Paz called Balandra. The water was crystal clear and the surroundings were simply unbelievable! That being said, I truly believe I saw more on the drive.                 As we drove three hours

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The Faceless Harasser

                For those who know me well, you may know I have a slight obsession with the card game hearts. Yet, there is one little problem with this game – you have to have three people to play. That being said, sometimes it can be hard to get three ready players together at

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Disneyland

                And with a gently yet ever so powerful gust, the solution morphed itself into a convex form. It quickly melded its nonexistent edges into a spherical figure. Then subscribing to gravity and the soft, warm breeze, the sphere floated amidst the amalgam of like silhouettes. Each of the shapes were bound in

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Choose You

Choose You

Though content and loved, straight to my core, I cannot help but to want more. I can’t sit in this place, where everyone’s just okay, because I know that we, can be better than today. But society is married, to the detrimental notion, that self-love is indeed selfish potion. Though if you aren’t okay, within your own skin, you can’t

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Trouble, Turmoil, Triumph

  It’s in my eyes. It’s in me. I am hurt beyond, what you can see. Shouting out. But I’m silenced. Your actions were, so unlicensed. All but broken. Shattered pieces. Look upon, my many creases. I’m alright. I’m still breathing. Afflictions can, be so deceiving. Cry the tears. Feel the pain. Don’t submit, to disdain. Ego bruised. Anxieties waken. But I’m

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Carlos: Puerto Vallarta

                While vacationing in Puerto Vallarta, one thing that had me baffled was the amount of gratitude people embodied. I believe our Americanized definition of appreciation and gratitude is mildly tainted and derived from a tunneled sense of vision. There, people stop and smell the roses (yes, I know that’s cheesy), but we

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