Posts Tagged ‘Savannah’

Savannah Driving Games


So you know those white lines in the road? You know the ones you’re supposed to stop at when approaching a red light. I like to see how close I can stop to those white lines without going past them.

Why am I making a point to write about this? Because there are so many people who don’t know how to make a left-hand turn. What they do know how to do is drive on the wrong side of the road. They take their half of the road out of the middle.

Go ahead and hit me. Do it. I dare you.

But really, learn how to drive properly would you.

And don’t get me started on those who don’t use their turning signals . . .

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Try not to die the wrong way, please.


When I moved to Savannah in March 2009, I had never visited. I could tell from pictures I found online that Savannah is where I needed to live and that SCAD was the college I needed to attend. I knew this in my heart, but when people asked, I couldn’t verbally justify my reasoning.

I instantly felt more at home here in Savannah than I ever felt anywhere else in my entire life. My spirit guided me here. Whether you believe it or not, my spirit knew I had to be here. Now that I’m beginning to get in touch with my spirit, I’m starting to figure out why.

Up until recently, I didn’t know the difference between a spirit and a ghost. I used the term interchangeably. But the two words are not the same.

As I said in my last post, we are all born with spirits. It is what guides us to do things. When a person dies the right way, their spirit will remain on Earth but in the spirit dimension. When a person dies the wrong way, then their spirit takes the form of a ghost. A ghost will appear as it did in the life it just died from, and is stuck in time and place looking for answers.

Right ways to die:

  • Natural causes
  • The sense of a fulfilled life

Wrong ways to die:

  • Suicide
  • Murder
  • War
  • Freak accident

 

Here’s a tip: never commit suicide (obviously). Most people do it because they think it will solve the problems of their miserable lives. Wrong! Your ghost will completely forget about why you killed yourself in the first place, and you’ll forever be trying to figure it out.