Monthly Archives: February 2011

Miracles

Walking on water. Changing water to wine. Curing incurable diseases. Miracles are special and rare, which is why when one happens it’s the best thing ever. Miracles make people happy and change lives. When bad things happen, people pray, overreact … Continue reading

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Beauty and Music

Music, the only thing that is universally agreed upon where there is no barrier. People sing songs because of happiness, rage, sadness or just because they like the sound. There are many different types of music: classical, rock, pop, rap … Continue reading

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Love, fiction or fact?

As little girls, we are told the story of Cinderella and given the hope that love will always be there. Call me jaded, but I only believe in love every once in a while. As it’s Valentine’s Day weekend, I … Continue reading

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The Age of Innocence

In the age of Jersey Shore, Lady GaGa and provocative dressing, it seems we are all forgetting one thing: innocence is refreshing and so to speak a bit under appreciated. So a word of advice before the much dreaded vday … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments of happiness

Today I’m dedicating this blog to my gorgeous friends who are almost nauseatingly optimistic, and particularly Brittany Wells, Happy 20th darling. So here it is, ten commandments of happiness: 1. Thou shall always smile: it has been proven that smiling … Continue reading

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How Cold is Too Cold?

When people think of the South, they think of football, hospitality, southern accents and warm weather. Well that’s pretty much true, except for the few months out of the year where it gets so cold your hair begins to feel … Continue reading

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Stars- are they just magic and sparkle?

Celebrities, stars, whatever you call them, they are what 80% of publications revolve around in today’s society. But is this fascination just our definition of “magic”? When I was younger, I thought magic was only reserved for Disney princesses, now … Continue reading

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