The happenings of your mind

It’s the sound your mind makes. When you drift off into yourself, and reality gets pushed behind. It’s something you don’t notice until you are snapped back into realness.

Inspiration can be found in anything you find beautiful. Whether it be an ugly beauty, or the definition of it, it can stir something within you. Sometimes its effect is great. Sometimes it’s meant to stay in that moment. Wherever you find it, keep it close. Let it ignite your ambitions, and steer your flight.

Lights connecting in your brain, ideas begin to shine through the rest of it all. You get lost in the paths intertwining, creating a maze of thoughts–the kind where there’s no way out.

You know, it’s kind of like those drawings you would make as a kid–at least the kind I would make. Where you make lines and shapes on a page of paper without picking up your utensil, and you find a way to connect it all. Then, you fill in each shape made with different colors, creating a map of colors. That’s what I imagine creativity taking shape from inspiration looks like.

And my favorite part about it? No two drawings look the same. It’s like a snowflake but cooler. It’s created solely from your beautiful mind.

You have it in you. Everyone does. At different extents. Different pictures get painted. Some people use colors that others don’t. That’s what makes thought so interesting.

Embracing it is a whole ‘nother level of beauty. That’s the kind that inspires others. People living with this breadth are my favorite kind of people. Life seems better when you surround yourself with thinkers.

 

Everybody loves burritos, but not as much as I do.

Last night I ate two Amy’s burritos. TWO. Mind you, these babies are over three dollars each–a delicacy for sure.  Packed full of organic ingredients, I–starving–threw them in the microwave altering any healthy benefits. There was no time to wait for the oven. My stomach just wouldn’t have it. You know when you are so hungry that you actually feel nauseous? Well, that’s what I was feeling like. Why would I indulge in such a luxury at $3+? Simple. I was still hungry after eating one burrito. I am quite used to eating MUCH larger burritos, so I thought it acceptable to have two. Wondering, as I am opening the second package, if I really need another burrito. Immediately I answer myself. Yes.

So people, if your belly wants anther burrito, GIVE IT ANOTHER BURRITO. 

A fine delicacy
                                      A fine delicacy