So I was MIA this weekend (sorry Post a Day for not sticking to my word), but it’s because I was in full-fledged wedding mode; not my wedding (yet), but the wedding of two very good friends.
In honor of their wedding, and in true Alexis-fashion,
As we walk through the sea of people, we hear a woman yell in a very amusing way, “Opa! Opa! Oysterrrrr!”. To our left is a large tank of crystal blue water and a small stadium-seating area. In the tank is a person diving for oysters at the command of small children. Unable to look away, we observe for a while, mesmerized by the woman’s pleasant voice.
“Welcome to Sea World everyone! Come watch the Oyster Opening Ceremony!”, the woman on the wooden platform shouts excitedly. Her high pitched, charming voice makes you feel like a child. Continue reading
I’m a very impulsive and impatient person. I’m also a shopaholic. For a moment, I wondered if my impulsive actions are considered to be spontaneous or reckless? Am I seizing the moment or being careless? The thought was dismissed almost immediately. To some, my behavior may seem hasty, but to me, it’s obvious that I am simply making the most of life. The impulsive things I do are (for the most part) within reason. Case in point: although I am a shopaholic, I’m also an accountant; so I know what I’m doing… Continue reading
Out with friends, you’re having a great night–partying, dancing, socializing. Then in the bathroom, your brand new iPhone just happens to fall into the toilet. There goes your perfectly good night. The expression all’s well that ends well holds true. Consequently, all is not well that does not end well. Continue reading