I'm a 23 year old girl who is interested in many different things all at once! I'm a huge animal lover, spend too much time experimenting with makeup, am fascinated too easily by space and forever will be curious by the unknown.
Heaven's Entryway (Part 2)
After I agreed to leave the life I knew behind, and pursue this strange adventure, the Greeter filled me in on a few details. First, his name is Nestor, and it represents an important quality: wisdom. Second, Heaven's Passage-Way is designed to look peaceful and familiar, and so that's why it is a flourishing park. People have been most calm and receptive in a setting that is most familiar when passing through the realms. Third, Heaven is not what humans had imagined it to be, and when you pass through the realm, you lose your original skin, and transform into your soul's form. I haven't made it that far yet.
Heaven's Entryway (Part 1)
They say that when you die, usually your life flashes before your eyes. Would I fast forward through all my memories or feel an overwhelming sense of love? Could all we imagine death to be just a lie? Perhaps it's more like the lights going out and boom—instant blackness. Is death just absolutely nothing?
What's on Your Guinea Pig's Menu?
We spent a lot of time researching and doing trial runs with our guinea pigs to find out what they are most interested in and what they are not. If you have a guinea pig and you're curious on what to add to their diet, or you have just adopted one and need to know where to start, then you have arrived at the right place! If your reasoning is the second option, then congratulations on your newest family member(s)!
Build Your Own Small Animal Cage They'll Love!
Do you have a small animal, or multiple small animals, and are looking to upgrade their living conditions? Then you've come to the right place! If you're handy with a hammer and nails, or know someone who is, then let's get started.
5 Simple, yet Important, Steps to Overcome Laziness on Your Day Off
I’m one of many people who suffer from “being too lazy” syndrome. You know you have it if you want to get lots of things done on your upcoming day off but never seem to make it to them or consistently push them off till tomorrow. But we all know that when tomorrow comes—we go through the same routine and therefore all the things we wanted to do get pushed on to the next day, again.