Three Classes

There are three classes of people: those who see. Those who see when they are shown. Those who do not see.

 – Leonardo da Vinci

Don’t Ask Me Why

All your choices made you change your mind.
– Billy Joel (Don’t Ask Me Why)

Lies, Eyes, & Heart


You looked in my eyes,
while you lied to my heart.
– Teresa Slater (TangoTalks)

Insane Dancing

And those that were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.

– Friedrich Nietzsche

The Fear

What we fear we create.
– Unknown

Birthday Resolutions

I’ve decided that I’m no longer making New Year’s resolutions on January 1. Instead I’m going to make my New Year’s resolutions on my birthday, because my birthday is the real start of a new year for me.

– Teresa Slater (TangoTalks)

Love Reservations

Love doesn’t call ahead of time to make reservations.
– Teresa Slater (TangoTalks)


To be great is to be misunderstood.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Change & Forget

People change and forget to tell each other.

– Unknown

Everything Grows

Everything you go through grows you.”
– Robert Tew

A (Real) Letter To My Teenage Daughter

This is an actual letter that I put together for my 14 year old Daughter, Gia. Raising teenagers is very hard work. I really had to go way outside the box with this one. I seriously posted this to Instagram & Facebook and tagged her in it. Tough (really tough) times call for drastic measures! I sure hope this works! Fingers crossed!

A letter to my daughter

A Saint & A Sinner

Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.

– Oscar Wilde

Love Looks For You

The person who loves you is not the person who sees you every day, but the person who looks for you every day.

– Unknown

Ask Questions/Ignored Replies

You burden me with your questions
You’d have me tell no lies
You’re always asking what it’s all about
But don’t listen to my replies

– EMF (‘Unbelievable’ Lyrics)

Dream Memories

I find myself wondering if you were a dream or a memory.

– Teresa Slater (TangoTalks)

Mind-Numbing Sense

What a dull and mind-numbing world this would be if everything made sense all the time.

– Teresa Slater (TangoTalks)

The Existence of Facts

One man’s fact is another man’s opinion.

We all do it- we gather as many opinions that we consider to be of great quality to aid us in justifying our thoughts. Then once we finally feel satisfied and content with the amount of opinions we’ve accumulated, we then call it a fact.

However, the world changes daily, which causes these “facts” to constantly and consistently change as well.

The bottom-line is facts don’t exist; they aren’t real.

– Teresa Slater (TangoTalks)