Archive for the ‘ Great mood ’ Category

Tips to practice and achieve better gratitude!

1. Less complaining;

2. Less gossip (it’s like eating junk food);

3. Read historical biography (it gives you another perspective on things and how far we’ve come as human beings);

4. Donate or volunteer (better if you do it for less fortunate no matter at what level you are at in life);

5. Write love letters (do it more consistently for the people you are thankful in your life);

And finally:

6. Discuss BEAUTY, BLESSINGS AND LUCK(so easy to get caught in a gloomy mood, as there are so many distractions nowadays; take little time to discuss about what we are grateful for).




The new adventure starts here!

The new adventure starts here!




Young Wild and Free – Hippie, also spelled hippy, member, during the 1960s and 1970s, of a counter cultural movement that rejected the mores of mainstream American life.

Young Wild and Free!

October Motor!

Harley-Davidson is the iconic American motorcycle manufacturer. Founded out of a small shed in 1903 by William S. Harley and brothers Arthur and Walter Davidson in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Motor Company produces traditional cruiser motorcycles utilizing air-cooled V-Twin engines.

When Harley and Davidson produced and sold their first motorcycle in 1903, they were one of many small motorcycle marques springing up across the country. Flash forward more than a century and the Harley-Davidson brand is so rooted in American culture that the history of the company intertwines with the history of America itself.

Harley-Davidson incorporated in 1907, with William Davidson officially joining forces with his two brothers and Harley. Setting down roots in Milwaukee, Harley-Davidson began hiring employees and by the end of the decade were producing bikes using its signature 45-degree air-cooled V-Twin.

During the next decade H-D continued to expand. Many sales were generated by Uncle Sam, with the American military sourcing Harley motorcycles during the First World War.

Family Fest!

Happiness is here!


Black & White Project

You can check some of my works in South. The show will be running through September 4th, at William H. Miller art gallery on
714 Main Street
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577

Everything for sale