Monthly Archives: December 2014


When your cocky, its a bad thing. Its one of the worse things to have in your life. One of the worse traits someone can have. Knowing the limits of yourself and what you say can help. Cause when  someone makes you look stupid, its something that is going to make you second think things. John Wall will show you what happens when your cocky.



Most people think of sneakers as sneakers. Well every sneaker comes with a story. Don’t just look at a pair of new Jordan’s, and be like” oh there just a pair of sneakers”. No they’re a story, they can’t tell you so you have to look them up yourself. Look up their story and you’ll be surprised what is read! Told from nike themselves they tell this kids story!


Nike and OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital are proud to pay tribute to 2012 Doernbecher Freestyle Program patient Isaac Arzate and his family with the release of the limited edition Doernbecher Air Jordan 5 Retro. Isaac Arzate was a talented young athlete who pitched a no-hitter in baseball and savored an undefeated season in basketball. In January 2012 Isaac suffered a cardiac arrest at basketball practice and was sent from Salem to OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, where doctors discovered a previously undetected abnormality that is one of the most common causes for heart attacks in young people. After recovering from open-heart surgery, Isaac was invited by OHSU Doernbecher to be part of the 2012 Freestyle program. During his rehabilitation from surgery, he began sketching designs for an Air Jordan 5 Retro, highlighting his interests and experiences. He also became well enough to don his jersey and watch his basketball team from the bleachers, occasionally getting to shoot around during breaks in the game. Then in April 2012, 12-year-old Isaac tragically suffered a second heart attack, and did not survive. Deeply saddened by his tragic passing but inspired by his passion and spirit, Nike and OHSU Doernbecher invited Isaac’s family to work together to finish the design that Isaac had started. Using Isaac’s original sketches as a guide and some more his parents found, they created a design reflecting Isaac’s vision and incorporating design elements that represented the things that mattered most to him in his life: Isaac’s jersey numbers, 9 for baseball on the upper of the left shoe and 31 for basketball on the right.



In the inside of the tongue features Isaac’s initials, and the dates of his birth and passing.



Several parts of the shoe glow in the dark, including the eyelets, lace toggle, outsole, Nike Air unit and quarter panels. A cool design to put on a sneaker, make these one of a kind, make them something out of everyones dreams.



The upper features the words of a poem in black light ink that Isaac wrote just a day before he passed away. Some of the words include: “My team. My family. We are brothers forever. No matter what.”



Each pair includes a flashlight to complete the glow-in-the-dark effect, inspired by Isaac’s love of video games. “We’ve been honored to work with Isaac’s family and thank them for their courage to complete the project in the name of their son and to support the much-needed fundraising efforts for Doernbecher,” said Michael Doherty, Nike’s Global Creative Presentation Director and member of the Doernbecher Foundation Board of Directors. In 2004, Doherty and his then-teenage son proposed the idea of the Doernbecher Freestyle Program as a creative way to raise awareness and funds for the children’s hospital, while empowering its young patients through design. Limited quantities of the Doernbecher Air Jordan 5 Retro will be sold on and at Nike retail locations across the country beginning Saturday, Sept. 14, with all proceeds from sales of the shoes benefitting OHSU Doernbecher. To date, the program has raised more than $6 million to help expand pioneering research, support clinical care, purchase state-of-the-art equipment, recruit new experts and help cover the cost of care for families most in need.

Now before you say anything about jordans, all of them have a story to them!


In life to have success you need someone that believes in you, someone who will push you in life. But you always got to have a reason for that success. If you dont have something to fuel that success what will happen? Will you fail? Or have better luck at the success in your life? If we dont have that, we need hope, hope of something in life. Hope fuels people to do more in life, or to do more. It pushes them. B=Now if you believe in someone your giving them hope!!!


Success is something everyone wants,everyone tries to get. All you have to do is push yourself to do more then you think you can do. If you can do this success is right around the corner. Sometimes all you need is a little push in life, something to look forward too!

Nike KD 7 “Egg Nog”



Christmas has just gotten better,  drops right after another. This Premium KD 7 is a part of 2014 Christmas Collection which takes on an ‘Egg Nog’ theme. It takes on a Bright Crimson that reminds us of those sparkling lights that adorn our Christmas trees, with touches of Emerald Green. Including a slight “Egg Nog” colorway, bringing a warmth for Christmas . This drops on December 26th for $170.

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The One

When you’ve meet that one person in your life that brings the best out in you. Every one talking about relationship goals, but if you need goals, is that the one your meant to be or is that the one you trying to fix? In a relationship where its true love and respect, theres no goals, theres dreams. Those dreams soon become a reality, thats what people want in a relationship. Everyones looking for the one and when you do, your complete. Your happy and feel like the world wont stop no matter what happens. Now who’s the perfect one? Your love? Your dream?