Did you miss me?

Did you miss me? Who cares. I missed me.  On the path of self reflection, I had forgotten whose face I was staring into. Every judgement, compliment, rejection, praise sent me off into a Tasmanian spin. Am I on the path of greatness? It’s been […]

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A DeAlmeida New Year Vacation

Exploring the nooks and crannies of Florida is the best way to understand why thousands of people migrate south each year. They have Disney, the Fountain of Youth, the Gulf, The Everglades and everyone’s favorite South Beach. Oh, how could I forget the Keys, now […]

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A DeAlmeida Holiday Vacation

What a ride, what a ride, what a mighty long ride. Twenty four hours stretched into a twelve day road trip. A less disastrous vacation than the Griswolds but still entirely memorable. We did it kicking and screaming and lots of farting. Sad but true. […]

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wedded bliss, or disaster?

On december 1, 2018 I married my best friend. Is the perfect beginning to a happily ever after. Except life doesn’t have fairies nor is it a tale written in a book. Maybe a book by R.L. Stine. Anyone, get that reference? No, Okay so […]

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She reaaadddyyyy

We did it y’all! We fucking finally did it! And when I say We I mean the multiple personalities trolling my mind telling me I can’t! In my last post I had put a few things on hold to curate a POP UP! With just […]

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Living the ALLIEway

If there is one thing I learned from endless hours of Real Housewives is selling your soul to the devil is totally a thing as long as you brand the hell out of it. Don’t get me wrong. The words I have stated above are […]

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The Good Time Girl.

 Wine Is good for the soul. Beer quenches thirst. Liquor brings about the beast. Anger kneels at the door, ring in hand. “Stay with me and I promise you a lifetime of uncertainty. It has been a while since I’ve written. I ran out of […]

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The Wild Flower Oath

Ever since I was a little girl I wanted to be accepted for being different. To be seen. To be heard. I had costume changes and held performances for my stuffed animals. I flirted with all the boys and fought with my girls. I played […]

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Take me out to the ball game

It’s the night before opening day. Barry Pepper as Roger Marris is flexin’ on the living room screen, the chills, running through my body. And then it hit me. I forgot how much I loved baseball. The players. The cheering crowd. The cards. The collectible […]

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