So most Saffronitas know that we have a slight adoration for camels around the studio and an informal mascot named Wayward. And like other aspects of the Saffron culture, Wayward's name is most certainly not an accident.
The first definition in Webster's of "wayward" is "following one's own capricious, wanton, or depraved inclinations." And though upon first glance, this is not the most complimentary of definitions, further uses of the term explain that it describes "behaving, doing or acting opposite to what is [sic] . . . expected." I know, I know, most of you reading this have already concluded that being wayward has some sort of negative connotation, but that is not how I see it. For me, being wayward means knowing that there may be a herd mentality, but you can walk, dance or in my case "shimmy" in your own direction.