Life beyond the minimum safe distance.

Past, Present, Future.
Who I am, have been, and want to be. Struggles and Triumphs.
Life: Raw, filthy, unmanageable at times.
The inner workings of a mad mind.

Girls don’t like boys. Girls like pizza and chocolate.

AIDS walk for life

Hello everyone, 

I need your help!

I am participating in this years AIDS Walk for life in my community and I need help reaching and exceeding my fundraising goal of $250.00

You can sponsor me online here
ocate a walk in your community here 

The Central Alberta AIDS Network Society (CAANS) is hosting the annual Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life on Sunday, September 21st, 2014. Scotiabank has been the title sponsor of the Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life since 2008. In 2011, Scotiabank announced the introduction of a Global HIV/AIDS Strategy to unite and strengthen its programs and initiatives across more than 55 countries aimed at addressing this life-threatening disease. It is the largest awareness and fundraising event for HIV/AIDS in Canada. Each event is hosted by a member agency of the Canadian AIDS Society and every cent raised remains in the community.

The Central Alberta AIDS Network Society (CAANS) is the local charity fostering healthy responses to HIV and related issues in Central Alberta and is hosting the Walk on Sunday, September 21st, 2014. Starting at Rotary Park participants will begin an Amazing Race, receiving a clue that will take them to different social services in downtown Red Deer. At each location, participants will be asked a question related to the service agency located in the downtown and receive a clue to the next destination. There will be prizes, food and beverages following the walk.

CAANS provides services through five main pillars of work; Health Promotion, Prevention, Harm Reduction, NightReach and Community Action. Responsible for STBBI prevention and support in the Alberta Health Service Central Zone, our work extends from Drumheller to Drayton Valley and from Nordegg to the Saskatchewan border. All funds raised at the walk remain in Central Alberta to support our services.



do you ever see a picture of someone with a body like yours and you’re momentarily comforted like they look pretty good…i probably look good too

(via bonestotheboe)

The problem is. That I begin to see patterns in all that I do. Including my interactions with other people. Even when people stray from the normal pattern all the actions become variations of these patterns which develope this intricately woven pattern. That I add to all of the others. I’m creating a quilt of life bitches. But in all seruousness. Sometimes there are patterns woven of the same thread. Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice…
In the end it all comes back down to my need to evolve past the person I’ve been and past the person others expect me to be. I have to shed the skin I’m in. To be better than I’ve ever been. To do things differently… There are certainly scraped knees along the way. But these scars make us who we are.



“A few million years ago, when human beings first evolved on Earth, it was already a middle-aged world, 4.6 billion years along from the catastrophes and impetuosities of its youth. But we humans now represent a new and perhaps decisive factor. Our intelligence and our…

The answer is yes. Yes we do prefer short term gratification over long term satisfaction . You have to change within before you can change the world.

Love game

I think I’m going to be sick