There is really nothing better than living in a country that doesn’t take a global pandemic seriously. It’s really a step above living in a state that doesn’t take a global pandemic seriously. My favorite part was when we became an epicenter and a global laughing stock. According to the CDC website as of sitting
If there was one thing to sum up my entire life mood as of late, it would be a very legitimate warning issued to us here in Florida this morning by the national weather service: “Falling Iguanas Possible Tonight.” I could explain my blogging absence these past few months and go into grand detail about
Let’s flash back to 2016, shall we. It was not the best of years for just about anyone and I was looking forward to escaping into the world of Halloween Horror Nights, albeit a little bit nervous. I was having a hard time being in crowded places. I was making small trips to Disney here
Life in Central Florida has been pretty damn interesting lately. I came back from my vacation in California to what felt like a waking nightmare in the form of Hurricane Irma. We had gotten word while we were away this Irma was strengthening and heading out way, the first Hurricane of the season for us
Once you’ve completed the Dopey Challenge at Disney it’s easy to think that’s as crazy as it gets. That is, unless you’ve heard of the Gasparilla Distance Classic. This past weekend while thousands of Princesses stormed the Magic Kingdom for the annual Princess Half Marathon Weekend, I was trekking to Tampa for a different challenge.
Last weekend I returned to Plant City for the Annual Strawberry Distance Challenge presented by Astin Farms. This is my third year taking part in the event and it’s one of my favorites to take part in. With the run taking place in early February, it’s at a great point to get my head back