About the Author

I’m a Southern Asian Alabamian, I know, it sounds like an absurd oxymoron. But hell, it works for me. I have a passion for all things creative: Food, Art, Architecture, Fashion…etc.  To date, I have lived a very fortunate life, many things worth sharing and never forgetting. My goal is to create a space that locks in many of my experiences, things I don’t want to forget, and things that I want people to know about or be aware of.

Ultimately, my hopes for this blog is to create something inspiring.

Oh yeah, I spread a simple message: PLTW: Peace and Love Throughout the World.

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16 thoughts on “About the Author

  1. great blog. ran into it looking for a fields of lavender image after listening to Ladies in Lavender by Joshua Bell. Hope you know it, worth listening to it. i’d add a link to youtube, but wordpress would see this message as a spam, so i’ll retain myself from that.

    non the less, congratulations for the photography.

    love to see more.

    p.s.: if you’d like, keep me updated. i’ll leave a link to my blog. it has very little posts, cause i lost my password to it, but if you like what you see, maybe we can correspond.

    Have a nice everyday experience!

    Indi

  2. Hi,

    Just a question about the first 100 at Chick- Fil – A
    How did you anchor your tent in an asphalt parking lot?
    Thanks, this week will be my first (hopefully not last) one.

    • We actually had a free-standing tent. So we used our chairs to help anchor it down. And we also had our bags, sleeping bags, and pillows in there to help weigh it down.
      Which First 100 are you attending? Good Luck and have so much fun. I’m still not sick of the food!!

  3. Thanks for the advice.
    I’m going to the Chick-Fil-A in Merrillville, Indiana
    I’m going by myself, with a one – man tent.
    Will definitely have a backpack and sleeping bags in there/

    Just checked the weather – 50% chance of rain.
    This is gonna be good.

    • Hey Rita. Thanks for stopping by. Your blog is really cool and sounds like the motto I try to live.
      I’ve never been to Thailand. It’s still on my list of things to do.

      I love cake.
      allison

  4. Hey, you! It’s Claire. I can’t believe I didn’t know you had this thing until just now. I have one, too! Following you now, obviously. I am intensely jealous of your travels, and I love all your photos. Glad to see you’re doing good!

    • Claire, I’m so happy that you’ve found me. I love that you have started writing a blog. Watch out, it get’s addicting!!!
      Congratulations, again, on your engagement!!! Let’s get together the next time I head down to NOLA.
      Yeah for blogging!

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