Art!

So, many of you know that I’ve taken on a few projects as of late – well I’d been working on one in secret. I have no artistic (that is drawing) ability whatsoever. That includes painting as well.

A sample – My Dog

But, I used to be a semi-professional photographer, and I used to be pretty good at Photoshop as well, so I thought I’d combine the two to make a web store on a site called redbubble. Continue reading “Art!”

‘Tis the Season

As the title says, Christmas is right around the corner – or whatever holiday is that you celebrate. Or not celebrate. It’s a confusing time of year, but that’s for a different kind of blog. One Donald Trump might follow. Anyway, with the holidays approaching fast, things become expensive. It’s a reality many of us have to deal with this time of year. Inflated credit card bills, empty bank accounts, and that’s on top of the regular monthly bills we all face. But, we do it for the ones we love, to see a smile on their face, or…something. I don’t know where I’m going with that. Continue reading “‘Tis the Season”

Body Image and Confidence.

So last night was the glorious Victoria’s Secret fashion show, and as a straight 28 year old male, it was a nice bit of eye candy, and I’m okay with admitting that. Did I sit there and ogle and high five my “bros” and make obscene comments? Nah. Yes, many of those women are gorgeous, and that’s why they’re lingerie models. It’s no different than a guy with an enormous penis going into porn. Though, let’s not confuse anything here. Not all gorgeous women are underwear models, and the same goes for the porn statement. But good for those who use their natural “gifts” to their benefit. Continue reading “Body Image and Confidence.”

The Joys of Acceptance.

My last post talked mostly about rejection, but on the flip side there’s that euphoria of hearing that you are good enough after all. While the rejections come fast and hard, the successes are often few and far between – but that makes them all the more satisfying. Of course, I’m not saying that getting a hundred acceptance letters would be boring, but there’s something about that one in a million that just hits the spot. Continue reading “The Joys of Acceptance.”