Lindsay Renee Reed
I want to be happy. Or more specifically…
I want excitement. Not crazy excitement… but not the same routine every day. I want to be able to go where my day leads me. I want to experience so many things I’ve only ever dreamt about. I want to see so much of the world that I can give anyone advice on where to go.
I want to be with someone who meshes with me so much that it’d be ridiculous to not be together, someone who gets me and someone I don’t have to “hide” from. I want to help as many people as possible… I want to use every single bad experience I have had to make somebody's bad experiences more meaningful, or to help them through it. I want to share in other people’s bad experiences… so I always remember that while I’ve driven down a rough road… I managed to not fall off the cliff.
I want to be something amazing.
Or at least in my head…
Lindsay Renee Reed's Blog
The sun is blistering, the sprinklers are on full blast and nature is staying awake at night to keep you company. Everybody loves these laid back summer days but they seem to pass so quickly. It's the same situation every year: the joy of a sleep in, have fun, lower responsibility summer is met with the terror and disappointment of realizing it's halfway through and there's so much you haven't done! Well, it's that time of the year again, but no worries, there's plenty of time to squeeze in whatever memorable plans you had in mind when summer began.
Volunteering is a great way for us to share our gifts with others who need assistance. Many people think the only way to help assist needy people or animals is to donate money to organizations that help finance them. Unfortunately, most people do not feel comfortable or able to donate to organizations monetarily.
Cats are a fantastic way to provide people with a loving companion to keep them active. Everybody loves rewarding their pets with treats or new toys, but no one wants to empty their wallets on overpriced trinkets. Luckily, there are many ways we can treat our beloved animals, have lots of fun and keep the "dime-dropping" to a minimum.