About Me

I am a barista, avid traveler, and writer.

I write to be inspired, and inspire others.

I search for authenticity, passion, and purpose.

You will see content about sustainability, craft coffee, travel, and anything that involves loving the earth and its people. It’s all about Good In and Good Out.

Stay blooming.

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13 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hey, if you liked that poem that Punkin made—and you said you look forward to reading works of mine like that—I can post one of my epic poems called “The Ballad of Maddok.” I’m not really the best at writing modern stuff, I have to tell the truth. But, if you’re interested, I would love to let you read it.

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      1. Amen. It’s from my wild imagination. It’s a story about someone’s Doppleganger going to hell on a journey with the God Dionysius. Like, the Doppleganger is suspended in what I call “Fairyland” where he’ll stay until his double dies.

        Like, I depict hell as Tenochtitlan and Atlantis… And Dionysius wanted to discover it. Like, Maddoc mythologically is the one who supposedly discovered America before Columbus did—probably Leaf Ericson or whatever—so he sails there to discover it, but really he’s discovered hell, and gets gobbled up by a Leviathan. It’s one of my weirder things I’ve written.

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  2. P.S.

    The Amazon Civilization is also in Prestor John, if you like the good stuff in it, and not the bad stuff. I like that society too, ecept the one in Maddok is the literal Tenochtitlan with Giants—everything in there is historically acurate except them. I juxtapose the same civiliation both good and bad. They both have the same technology, but one has good people inhabiting it, and the other bad. The bad one is the Amazon kingdom. Giants are no good in my mythos.

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  3. Thank you for leaving me a like on my blog. I really appreciate it. I’m trying to figure out how to follow your blog on WordPress. Still new to this thing but will figure it out. Love the positive vibe of your blog btw.

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