Las Vegas to Nashville in two days.

Hello again!

Recently, I had the opportunity to help move a friend to Nashville, TN. What made it even better was Nashville is about 7 hours away from my hometown. Which means I was able to go home for a bit…and who could pass up a trip to travel across the country…again and go see my friends and family!

Kaiti (my friend) and I started our journey on an early Sunday morning in Las Vegas, and had the goal of making it to Nashville by Monday night. I know you’re thinking we’re crazy because the drive straight through is 26 hours.  However, we had a plan of driving 13 hours each day.

Our trip started wonderfully.  When we hit Arizona, we had a wonderful surprise…SNOW! I had no idea that it snowed in Arizona or New Mexico. Now, now, don’t judge!  In my defense, I grew up in the mid-west. I thought, “it’s the desert-it doesn’t snow in the desert”.

The drive went very smoothly until we hit Memphis, TN.  We got stuck in a traffic jam and we sat in the same spot for 2.5 hours.  To pass the time, Kaiti and I set up camp by getting our blankets and pillows out. We hung up a shirt from the review mirror to hide the glow of the taillights and turned on Netflix on our make shift tv (Iphone). Thank goodness we had movies downloaded on our phones, because neither of us had any of cell service.

After about an hour and a half I decided to venture out.  I got out and walked up the road a bit to try to see what was going on. Since we had no cell service, neither of us could google or have any way to figure out what was going on. We were almost to a bridge so I had Kaiti stay in the car and I ran up on the hill under the overpass to see if I could see anything. While running up, almost to the top of the hill, (it was dark by this time) a small creature startled me. After turning on my flashlight, I learned that this small amphibian was newly dead. For a split second, I thought about taking it back to the car and scaring Kaiti with it. However, we still had a few hours left in the car so I decided not to. I didn’t want my only companion to ignore me for the duration of our drive.  I just took a picture instead!

I went back to the car with no new information. I decided to speak to the truck driver behind us thinking that he would have heard some chatter on his CB. Turns out, he knew about as much as we did. Kaiti and I tried to figure out what we should do, both tired of waiting. I decided I should armor up and start investigating. Thankfully, the line started moving! Thank goodness, because that would have been stupid! Besides that little snafu, the drive was smooth sailing.

I had a blast moving her and being able to see the countryside. When I moved to Las Vegas, we took the route that went through Colorado, so being able to take the southern route through Texas was a wonderful new sight to see.

We arrived at 11:30 pm, on Monday night. We made it! I was able to sleep for a few hours before my parents picked me up early Tuesday morning to start our journey towards Indiana. I would love to tell you about the drive but truthfully, I slept through pretty much the whole drive.

Spending time in Indiana is one of the things that I now cherish most. While I was living there, I couldn’t wait to leave. But, now that I’m gone…sometimes it’s all I can think about. The smells, the colors in the sky, and most importantly my loving family and friends. I’m so incredibly grateful that I am able to go home to visit as much as I have been able to.

On this visit, I was able to get a taste of winter weather. I can honestly say Indiana’s winter is the one thing I don’t miss…the cold grey skies that love to stay and play from November to February…yep, I can definitely do without it.  Las Vegas has the most beautiful blue skies all year around.

The other day driving through Las Vegas I saw the most exciting futuristic looking bike and I am looking for some information on it. I was hoping you guys could help me! The way technology and automobiles are improving is amazing. Even though we were supposed to have “flying cars” all of the new accomplishments that are coming along so far are still surprising me. We have achieved things I never could have imagined (I have attached a video below).

Update on my previous blog about the bodies…after over a half a million shares and getting more hype than I had ever thought possible, the day has come! The show-altered carbon has officially come out on Netflix and I cannot wait to watch it. Netflix getting a booth at the 2018 CES convention to publicize this new show was such a great marketing idea. I will be giving my 2 cents on the show very, very soon! I will most likely be binge watching it since I am currently laid up on the couch due to the flu…it is a nasty bug for sure!

Here’s to a life of spontaneity,

The Bodies That Went Viral

Hello friends! I’m back with more exciting events to share (yes, even the bodies that live forever)!

This week I was able to be a part of the biggest technology conventions in Las Vegas.  We are so lucky to be living in a culture with such great technology.

As a millennial (a term I hate) I thought I was up to date on the latest technology, but boy oh boy was I wrong.

For starters I have a disclaimer…I do not know all there is to know about these products, nor am I a representative of any of the businesses that were at the convention.  I am just a spectator who is sharing what I witnessed, and sharing my personal thoughts on the products from the 2018 CES Convention.

I was working the convention as a Brand Model Ambassador for a local company in Las Vegas. This was my first experience with the CES convention. The first few days at the convention, I didn’t get a chance to walk around much or honestly care too. I didn’t think that there would be anything more than new tv’s and home appliances, but I was mistaken.  On day 3 I decided to walk around because I saw a friend of a friend post something about bodies of the future, and that really piqued my interest.(I missed day two because of the black out. )

As I started to walk, I began to realize technology was coming along so much faster than I had realized. VRs (virtual reality) were definitely a big part of this convention.  You couldn’t walk more than 40 yards without seeing the “newest biggest VR”. Now I am not a huge fan of VRs and I say this because I would rather travel and experience something in real life rather than see it with a virtual reality product. But with physical and/or monetary limitations, I could see how this would be beneficial, at least you could experience it in that way.   In addition, if I was a huge fan of video games I could see how a VR would be something cool to have to enhance the experience of it all.

Having a “smart house” is coming to life, now you can have a smart, well… everything. A smart kitchen, a smart laundry room, and a smart living room. Any household appliance or entertainment system is now “smart”. Out of the entire household electronics that I was able to see the one that blew my mind was the new “wall paper” TV and the “roll up” TV.  Crazy thin and portable!

On top of having smart appliances you can now have household robots that have different functions. I won’t touch a lot on what they do because there were so many different types and I wasn’t able to stop and look at all of them all. The one I did see that I enjoyed was a robot that was a “teaching robot”. And, as a person who loves to google to learn more things that is something I would definitely love to have in my home. Oh and don’t let me forget about the robot dog! They introduced it as a dog that plays, barks, snuggles and the best part is you don’t have to clean up after it!

Polaroid is also making a comeback. They basically re-invented themselves, they are still the good old instant printable pictures that you know and love but have now added new types of film with different types of filters. For example, the filters can make your pictures colored or look old. It was a fun booth to visit.  I enjoy the simplicity of Polaroid, reminding me of the fun I had as a kid.

Kodiak was also cool to visit. They demonstrated a 3D printer. Just like on the Big Bang Theory, they were able to make little “action figures” of whatever they scanned. Wouldn’t you love to have a miniature version of yourself?

Drones are honestly just getting better and better. There were drones for everyone, to many to mention here.  I am going to start a travel vlog soon and a few of the drones featured at CES would be perfect to use. As an avid lover of travel vlogs I cannot wait to see where drones take us. Also, drone races are here and who doesn’t love a good drone race. Drones can do some amazing things such as carry medical supplies, go under water, and follow you with facial recognition (the selfie drone). Pretty exciting!

So, everything is already blowing my mind, when I am introduced to the new and improved automobiles. Man oh man were they slick and futuristic looking. Wait…I think I am living in the future!  Anyway, self-driving cars have come a long way. I am only going to talk about the car that I looked at (if I talk about all of them we will be here forever). The brand new Nissan car was honestly the coolest car!  I wasn’t even planning on going to see the cars at the convention because let’s be honest I am too broke to be doing anything but dream of buying any of the new vehicles. But, when I heard that there was a car that could “read your mind” I had to go see what it was all about. I posted the video I took of the presentation explaining the car because it’s going to be less confusing than it would be if I tried to explain it to you.

I could go on and on about all of the things that I saw at the convention but now on to what you are all here for…”the Bodies that live forever”.

I thought the presentation at this booth was for real.  Spoiler Alert…it’s not.

I had no idea the body lying there wasn’t real.  I did not see a sign posted anywhere that it was fake.  And, after seeing all the new technology at the convention, it wouldn’t surprise me if it wasn’t.  The body looked real!!  I touched it!! And, after watching the video presentation, I was freaking amazed! I believed. I wanted to live forever, apparently so did a lot of people that saw my video on Facebook.  It went viral!  I quickly came to find out that my videos about the bodies had gone viral and had already had over 30,000 shares. Now at over 100,000 shares. After watching my video’s wouldn’t you believe it was true?

Anyway, the real reason the booth of the bodies was simply to promote a new Netflix show coming out on February 2nd. Bummer huh?  Would you want to live forever?  I’m not sure…

I added my snapchats I took at the convention below, if you want to take the time to watch them.  I am no videographer and I did not expect to reach this many people.  Like, I said I was just expecting some friends and family to see them. If you have any questions feel free to ask, I will be answering as many of them as I can.

Here’s to a life of spontaneity!


The Day I Almost Died

I had a wonderful time during the last week of December, that started with a surprise visit from an old army buddy of Joshs and ended in the best hike I’ve been on yet (apologizing in advance for all of the pictures with this blog).
On the first day of Chad and Holly’s visit, we started off with a hike at the French Man Hills. This hike about 5 miles from our house and only takes 10-15 minutes to get to the top depending on your pace. At the top, it has a beautiful view of the Las Vegas valley, especially at night. We began our hike at 8:30 a.m. We picked this hike because Chad & Holly said they wanted a good view of the city. Ironically, it was the first cloudy day Vegas has had in a few weeks. After the hike we ate at  the Timbers Restaurant, one of our favorite eats, and then headed out to Red Rock Canyon.  One of the nice things about Vegas hiking is if you don’t like the view at one spot, head out to another and you will get a totally different view.
Once we got out to Red Rock, we pulled off at the first stop (where I took my parents).  We took a small hike there and then headed to another area. We pulled off at the second stop and took a pretty good hike up to shark rock. The shark rock isn’t actually named that, I call it that because at the time of my first hike with Josh, we both saw a rock and pointed out that it looked like it was shaped like a shark…I know…a riveting story haha!  The hike up to shark rock is a pretty good climb and has a wonderful view of Red Rock Canyon… worth the hike.
Next, we drove around the canyon and pulled off at another spot called White Head. This is a trail that is about 6 miles long. Less than half way through the hike we decided to go straight up with mountain. This was a bit more challenging due to the ever changing terrainwith dirt and vegetation on the trail, which makes it more slippery. Once we got almost to the top that was as far as I was going. Y’all when I tell you I am afraid of heights I am not joking. Vegas hiking is much different than it is back home in Indiana…obviously.  I have always loved hiking but Iam so used to flat trails, and hiking out here, especially with Josh is much different (he challenges me haha).  We were almost to the top when I started to panic, we were so high.  Thankfully, Holly was there and she didn’t want to go up any more either. We told Josh & Chad to go on up and we would meet them back at the car. Holly and I made our way down to the car and had an enjoyable hike. While waiting on the boys to come down the other side of the mountain we decided the way down we found was easier and they confirmed it and would have been much safer too. Non the less we enjoyed our hike and will have to remember that for next time.
Later that evening we took them out to little Mexico, which is nothing but desert land where people go to shoot guns (ya, you can do that here) or to just hang out and have fires. We decided to have a fire and let them see the Las Vegas lights. Hanging out getting to know new friends was so much fun. The next day they wanted us to go to the Hoover Dam and The Grand Canyon with them. We decided we would take a rain check because we were exhausted. Later that night, Josh and I met up with them in Fremont (old Vegas) to experience the night life.  We visited a few bars and danced the night away!
Thursday we drove to Zion National Park, which is about 3 hours away.  We lost an hour with the time change from Nevada to Utah and the traffic was heavy due to it being almost New Years weekend. So, it took us about an hour to get into the park.
We hiked up to Angels Landing (which is the hardest hike in Zion).  We didn’t start until 4 p.m., and the sun starts to set around 4:45 p.m. in the mountains. With doubtful girlfriends and gung-ho army boys we started our way to the top. The hike is at about a 40 degree hike minimum all the way up. So, if you want a killer leg work out you got it!
This hike is hard but the views are beautiful. The trail pretty much zig zags all the way up because it is steep. After about two hours into our hike and almost to the top we saw a sign that said .5 miles to the top. Now, I had already thought we were pretty close to the edge and boy oh boy was I wrong. At that moment I had an amazing view clouded with nothing but fear!!  We were standing on a plateau of the mountain and to continue to the next part of the hike you used chains and poles put into the side so you could hold yourself from falling to your death. I’M NOT KIDDING…LITERALLY TO YOUR DEATH!  If you misstep your life is over as you know it. I promise you…I am not being overly dramatic. I told you before I am DEATHLY afraid of heights and as I am standing here staring at this chain going up the side and I decide it’s now or never and if I stand here any longer I am going to talk myself out of this.
So, I started this terrifying hike up, making Josh come right behind me. To give you guys an idea of how this worked, it went up and then would plateau and then go up again and that repeated for a while. I made it up 3 plateaus and went into instant panic mode because if you looked down you saw your death. So, as I am starting to freak out Josh asked me if I can make it up and the more important question will I be able to make it down?  I was trying to be brave but I am now realizing that on the way down I will inevitably have to look down and I DID NOT THINK THIS THROUGH UNTIL THIS VERY MOMENT. Annnnddddd, here comes the panic attack. I am sitting on a plateau on the side of a mountain with one of the most beautiful views I have ever seen, with the sun setting and I start hyperventilating….Josh made me breath into my jacket (no brown bag available) I was freaking out so badly. After I calmed down a little bit, I realized that I didn’t want to take this adventure away from Josh’s experience, so I told him I wanted him to go to the top.
Feeling secure where I was, I told him to go and I would just wait for him. I sat there for about 5 minutes trying to enjoy the view and calm myself down. Before long it started getting really really dark and I still had to make my way down a steep downhill climb. Annndddddd here… again… come the water works and lack of air coming into my lungs. With so many things running through my mind the loudest was GET DOWN NOW!  I was so full of fear trying to figure out how to accomplish this task. Just then a wonderful couple coming down the mountain offered to help me.  I was so thankful!  Once they helped me get down to the first plateau I thought it was best to wait for Josh so he didn’t think that I fell down the mountain.
(See the chains going up the side of the mountain)
Josh made his way back down to where I was waiting and checked to see if was okay. I was still terrified, but he calmed me down (he has a gift of helping me through panic attacks). I am glad I didn’t go all the way to the top as Josh told me that it only got worse the further you went, he said there was a part he didn’t even want to do.  Once it got completely dark, we all enjoyed the view of the canyon with the moon and stars lighting everything up. It was freezing being up that high, but it was definitely worth the view.  It was cool to watch the cars driving through the canyon below with their headlights on, they looked like little toy cars.
With the moon being half full – the hike down was a different type of adventure lighting up the trail (on some parts we had to use our flash lights). The silence in the Canyon was mesmerizing as well. The closer you got to the bottom the more you could hear the river. There was not one part of this hike that wasn’t worth it.  Hiking up during the sun light and down by the moon couldn’t have been more perfect (minus the panic attacks haha)
 (The lights are cars driving through the canyon) 
I know words will never describe the feeling this gave me and how beautiful it is here, but I urge you to put this adventure on your bucket list. It is something words will never be able to describe and pictures will never do it justice. A day I will remember for the rest of my life.
 So thankful to be able to have this adventure with Chad & Holly!
Here’s to a life of spontaneity,


So much has happened since the last time that I have written. Lets see…. I was able to go home for two whole weeks for Thanksgiving. That in itself was a blessing. I called my mom on a Wednesday before I was supposed to come home. I was on my way home from work and earlier that morning she had texted me telling me to just come home early. At the time I thought she was just missing me. Well turns out it wasn’t a joke and for only an extra $40 I was able to change my plane ticket to that coming Friday. My mom and I decided to make it a surprise to everyone that I was coming home a week early. My mom was able to make dad and brother think that she was driving to Indy to pick up some “parts” for work.

Every Friday my mom and dad have a date night in town. My mom and I decided that on the way through town that she would drop me off at the restaurant and I would hide and wait until they got set at their table. While I was hiding in the bathroom (for what felt like forever) I finally got the text that they were sat down and ready. Luckily my dads back was facing the door that i was walking through. So I was able to get up nice and close before he even saw me. Guys, let me tell you that the look on his face was worth the secret. I had never been so happy to be able to surprise someone in my whole life. It was one of the best feelings ever.

What made this even better is later that evening I was able to surprise my best friend while her, her mom, and her sister in law were out to dinner. Right when I found out that I was coming home earlier that week I had texted her mom to see if she would help me surprise her. When I walked into the restaurant and Beth made i contact with me she stared at me for a solid 30 seconds and did not say a word. I cannot make this up. As soon as I finally said hello she burst into tears and I was so happy that I could get her back for surprising me the time before. Words cannot describe how happy I was to be able to spend two weeks in Indiana with my friends and family. I was able to see all of my friends with out feeling rushed as well as Thanksgiving with my mom and my dads side. There is truly nothing more heartwarming than family.

My flight home was on December 1st so close to Christmas. Sadly I was not able to fly home for Christmas. Thankfully technology has come so far that we were able to Face Time for about two hours on Christmas morning. It was almost like I was there. Well not really…but close enough! Even though I wasn’t able to spend time with my family I was blessed enough to spend the holidays with my boyfriends family. The only thing that was missing was the snow. Ironic that the first Christmas that I have ever spent away from Indiana is the first white Christmas that Indiana has had since 1934. G

This past week Joshua had an old army buddy visit and that will be another blog post in itself. We fit so much into just 4 days. The best part of the trip was going out to Zion. I know what you’re thinking yea yea yea you’ve been there before. Well we got to hike angles landing and that in its self deserves its own post.

Stay tuned y’all… and I promise it won’t take me another two months to write another post.

Here’s to a life of spontaneity


A little cleanse and a whole lot of love

Hey guys!   I’m sorry it’s been awhile since I have written.  I like to write about once a week but I have been distracted with life the past few weeks. Not with anything really fun and exciting, but I just let myself be lazy with my blogging.  I don’t do much with my spare time other than go to the gym, social media, watch Netflix and read.  While I’m still on the path to making friends, I was lucky enough to get a visit from the most wonderful people on the planet.  A few weeks ago, my parents decided to come see me for their 25th anniversary and I promise you I was the happiest girl in the world.


We packed a lot into the 5 days that they were here.  Now that they are gone, I feel like I should have shown them more.  We walked the strip and old Vegas, we went to the Grand Canyon, Lake Mead, and we even did a little rock climbing at Red Rock Canyon.  Yes, yes they even gambled a whole $30.00!  It was so much fun showing them around my new adventure.  They brought a cold spell with them and it was wonderful.  I don’t think it was above 80 degrees the whole time they were here and as soon as they left our warm weather returned.  To make their visit even better, my mom and dad brought me queso and salsa from my favorite Fort Wayne, Mexican restaurant. They also put some grass and leaves in an envelope so I could smell a little bit of the Fall season.  I had so much fun and it was hard watching them leave. Every time I go home for a visit or have visitors it is like leaving home all over again.  I miss friends and family a lot and I wish I could see them more. It’s during those times that I have to remind myself that people do this everyday and they make it and I will too.


On another note…this past week I was laying on my bed being the dramatic diva I am, thinking about how I never have time to read for fun or have time for myself anymore. Then, I did what I always do and proceeded to get back on facebook, instagram, and twitter. After I wasted a few hours on social media I heard a song called “Oh Well”  I felt like this song was a sign that I needed to take a social media break…I’d been wasting so much time.  So, starting last Sunday, I took a social media cleanse. I still used my snap chat and the occasional Pintrest, but guys let me tell you that it was much needed. It was so nice to be drama free for a while.  It wasn’t life changing but I felt like I had more time and I felt like I  was more “in” my day.  At this point I have returned to using social media but I use it a whole lot less.  I love social media as much as the next person, but I can’t let it control me.  My dilemma…I would love to blog more about my life and my travels (when those come) and a huge part of that is social media, so I am working on finding a healthy balance.  I want to stop looking down at my phone and start looking up and out at what’s in front of me.


Lastly, my boyfriends mom showed me a fun app called the Acorn app.  This app links to your bank account and rounds up all of your purchases and puts that extra change into a savings account.  What a great way to save money.  I am going to try it and will let you know how it goes.


I’m missing home and the Fall colors, but not the cold haha!  I am in the process of planning a trip home for the holidays and hopefully will see you soon!


Here’s to a life of spontaneity


Books and… Cheese?

Happy Wednesday friends!

I’m back unfortunately with no new travel updates that’s been put on hold because of work.(Throwback picture from Cali back in March… wishful thinking) My parents are coming to visit next weekend and my heart is so fully of joy, I miss them so much. I wish I had the funds and the time off to go home sooner rather than later but I will keep pushing and hopefully I will be back in the Fort before you know it.

Yesterday was the 12th of September… does anyone know what that means? Yep! You guessed it Chipolatas queso came out yesterday and I will be making my way there today to be the real judge of how great it is. While we are talking about queso I have kindly asked my parents to smuggle some Agavas queso and salsa with them on their journey out to see me next week, and let me tell you if it makes it here all in one piece I will be one happy broad.

On the topic of cheese I was talking to a few of my coworkers the other day about how upset I was that whenever we go out and get Little Caesars Pizza that I don’t get cheese with my bread sticks or any other pizza place for that matter. Y’ALL LET ME TELL YOU I WAS SHOCKED AND I MEAN SHOCKED when they all looked at me like I was crazy for wanting cheese with my bread sticks because apparently that’s not a thing out here. I’m honestly just starting to think that people in Vegas have something against cheese.

***UPDATE: I reached out to a friend living here in Vegas about my cheese deilima and she suggested I write a letter to the mayor about it and I am honestly debating on it. We should be in a state of emergency.

I went grocery shopping today and honestly I can’t tell you how I did it I spent about $50 less than normal and I’m not complaining one bit. I also had an old friend message me about an app that literally pays you to go shopping. No, you don’t have to pay any money for it you just have to go through the app before you go shopping and pick out some things you are going to buy. Then after you’re done all you have to do is redeem your receipt by scanning it on the app and wallah! free money. For example bananas are .50 cents, eggs are .50 cents, and granola bars are $3.00! Once you make up to $20 you can redeem it in a gift card or by pay-pal.

Sorry I don’t have much fun for you this week, I’ve been keeping myself busy by work and reading “The Gift of Imperfections” as well as “Dark Matter”. I highly recommend both! I got both of mine from Amazon ( which I live by) I will put the link down below for you. I love not spending more than $12.00 on books! I also got a book called 300 writing prompts from my mom for Christmas and I write in it all the time, i’ll put the link down below for that one too.(By the Pictures)

One more thing… I’m pretty sure the house is haunted… I’m going to keep gathering more evidence before I share with you guys.

Here’s to a life of spontaneity,



A book, hot coco, and a pup…. talk about a relaxing night. Link:


Who needs a check up? 

Now that I have lived in Vegas for roughly 6 months, I could officially say that I’m settling in. I currently work 2 jobs and fingers crossed waiting on confirmation for my 3rd job. I work at a night club at the Mandalay Bay, on the strip during the weekends, and I work at a photography studio taking school pictures during the day. I enjoy working at both of them and my co-workers are seriously amazing! But, as I am working two jobs I am feeling broke as ever. The third job I am currently waiting on hearing from is weather I got accepted as a nanny, for a wonderful family, with a beautiful 4 year old. I am hopeful that I will receive that job so that my finances won’t be such a struggle.
I have always heard cost of living in Vegas is much higher, but honestly I don’t think that is my problem. I am still trying to figure out and wrap my head around the issue. Gas seems to be a little bit higher and so are groceries. Nothing crazy…only by a few cents on each. Guys, I’m not even kidding you, Joshua and I spend about $160 a WEEK on groceries and we run out at exactly a week. Excuse my french but what in the hell are we doing wrong!?! We eat super healthy and maybe that’s it but when I lived on my own I spent about $120 a month on groceries…I did eat A LOT of pizza for dinner haha but I would still buy a lot of healthy food too. If y’all have any suggestions on how to save money (besides moving back to Indiana) feel free to share them with me because my bank account is hurting.
On another note, last week I got sick and went to the doctor. I was diagnosed with tonsillitis. I’m still feeling under the weather with a constant headache and a sore throat, but definitely getting better…or so I thought. The other night I went to interview with a family to be their potential nanny. While the parents and I were getting to know each other, their daughter was playing doctor. She decided to take her mom’s temperature, her dad’s temperature and so I wanted to play along and have her take mine! Well, guess what? Yep, that’s right, my temperature was 101…AWESOME right? Well, I decided to play it off like I was just hot because I had been running around before I got there. Great excuse right? The dad is a surgeon…think he bought it haha?!) I sure didn’t feel like I had a fever. Anyway, today while I was writing this blog, I got a package (we get delivery’s on Sunday’s in Vegas!). I hadn’t ordered anything so I was very curious & excited to open up this package. So, I rip it open like it’s Christmas morning only to find out that it’s a thermometer!! After telling my mother about my interview she thought maybe I might need one in the future! Haha, my mother is hilarious! It cracked me up! Seriously, it was just the laugh I needed. 
Hope you all enjoy your Labor day weekend! I’ll be spending mine at the lake! 
Here’s to a life of spontaneity…