Friday, December 28, 2012

Happy Birthday Matt Walst!

I'd like to take a moment and wish a wonderful friend a happy birthday!! You're like a ray of sunshine that gives life a warmer touch and that’s the special reason why you’re loved so very much. Happy birthday Matt!!! Hope your day is special and filled with love, laughter and happiness.
This picture was taken by me in 2010. I made/gave him his birthday cake a little over a month early that year.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Bella's Lullaby & A Thousand Years

The soundtracks to all of the Twilight movies are so beautiful. This one is one of my favorite love songs. Just beautiful.

Monday, December 3, 2012

"Music Is in My blood. It's in yours too" - MW

First Single Off 3DG's New Album "Transit Of Venus"

There is a vast chasm between loving yourself and being self-absorbed. Loving yourself is about accepting who you are, warts and all, and making the most of your talents, traits and essence; it is also a position from which you feel secure and have healthy self-esteem, enabling you to reach out to others and help them grow and succeed too. On the other hand, being self-absorbed is the antithesis of healthy self-love. It is about only thinking of your own needs and wants, pushing away others’ needs and identifying only with those people and situations where you will benefit personally from interacting and connecting. A self-absorbed person concentrates only on what will get them ahead in life, a state that is rarely considerate of other people apart from their usefulness. Are you self-absorbed? To some extent, most of us can be self-absorbed at particular times in our lives, to lesser or greater extents. In many cases, we learn that it doesn’t get us the sense of fulfillment we’re seeking and we turn back to caring more about others. However, by staying self-absorbed all of the time, you risk alienating many people, becoming narcissistic and only ever putting yourself first. - Doug Oliver