Apoxee trail hike -Kristeen Lagroue
The soul is fragile… amazingly fragile. And the most interesting part about your soul is that you may not even notice that parts of it are missing, until you wake up one day feeling like you blacked out without knowing when it happened. Soul fragmentation usually occurs as a result of trauma, yet I went through 28 years of life not even noticing I was broken to pieces. It took listening to soul retrieval tapes over and over, to see just how much work had to be done before I could feel whole again.
Today as I researched, I was surprised to discover men who thought there was something wrong with their girlfriends because said girlfriends were quiet during sex and orgasm. In the forums, some people went as far as advising a man that his girlfriend was either frigid, or not feeling anything. See one forum here:
Yet, in a different article, it was said that the vast majority of women make so much noise during sex with their partner to either boost their partner’s ego, fake an orgasm, or get their partner to have an orgasm faster by turning them on enough for that. See the article here:
Then even more surprising in my research, I found that for single women, one advice given was to make more noise during masturbation to spice up their self-love sessions, because the assumption is that women who are masturbating alone would be quiet, since they’d have no one to impress. See one of the articles here:
So what’s the truth in all this? Keep reading!
The human mind is quite intricate, and shockingly multifaceted. I still remember that night, just as though it was yesterday; my dream of a supposed apocalypse, when I was only maybe nine, ten, or eleven. Of course, nowadays we no longer believe in this planet, or world, ending. Nevertheless, as I remembered this dream tonight, I couldn’t help but wish to document it just for the sake of it.
In South Florida, one great area to go hiking is the Tree Tops Park, which happens to be located right next to the Pine Island Ridge Natural Area, yet another hiking spot. Both trails are located in Davie, Florida.
On the morning of my 29th birthday, December 7th 2017, I decided to…. GO HIKING, of course. And alone as usual! My chosen venue was Tree Tops Park, but on that same day, a man who was walking by recommended the Pine Island Ridge Natural Area which happened to be right by Tree Tops Park. I have been going to Tree Tops for a while on my walks, yet I have never noticed that other hiking trail.
The following pictures will definitely inspire you to get off your butt and get to these parks ASAP!
If you are a loner like myself, you most likely also hike alone! This post is as much about hiking as it is about getting creative with selfies. Now that I am the proud owner of a white Canon Rebel SL2, I no longer need to “look like” someone took my picture. But let’s pretend you only own a phone… how do you look like someone else took your picture and remove all doubt from your viewers that you used a tripod with your phone?
Florida is not an easy state to go hiking in, and even less South Florida. Why? There aren’t that many hiking trails in south Florida, which means you’d be limited to hiking for just a few hours at most. Despite this, I have decided to hike the state.
This post is a summary of one of my hiking adventures. Keep reading for pictures and videos from that day. I am sure this will convince you to explore Apoxee and Owahee!
As I sat down today and wondered what to write about for my next blog post, one topic of conversation popped into my mind, as I am a student in the healthcare field: HIV/AIDS. When I told my mother that I was planning on posting a video about testing for HIV, the response I received was utter shock, and I totally get why; no one wants to talk about HIV even if everyone should, and talking about it automatically brings assumptions. I was told that if I posted about the topic in general, others would assume that I either have HIV or am promiscuous, of which I am neither. At first, I was going to listen and not post it, and maybe choose a safer topic, but then I realized: why not have an open conversation as a person who precisely is not sexually active, and who is STD free as well? Why not change the idea of this conversation? Why not make it OKAY to simply walk into a pharmacy and pick up an OraQuick as though one was picking up a to-go order from the restaurant?