I married my best friend on September 29th, 2019. Yes, I understand that was only three weeks ago. And no, as the title may suggest, I don't regret getting married, or anything that goes along with that. The older I get, the more I learn how reflective I am. And in these first few weeks…Read more Things I wish I knew before getting married.
Hello all! Happy New Year! I hope you had a beautiful holiday season, regardless of what you celebrate, a time full of joy, family, relaxation, and goodness. And I pray that this new year brings wonderful and exciting things for you, a year of growth and stimulation.This is a beautifully big year for me. In…Read more Little Thoughts: Perspective
Hey guys! This is a little different for me, and a bit vulnerable as well. I love writing, especially pieces of fiction. I am taking a Creative Writing class right now, and our final project needs to be a collection of pieces, of varying genres. The following is a story idea that I formed after…Read more Short Story- Project Life
This is something I have been trying to piece together for the past few weeks, since the Kavanaugh trial began. I know, that with this post, I should expect some criticism and perhaps hate, but I need to speak my truth. I am tired of feeling silenced and ignored, simply because I have a different…Read more No. I don’t stand with women.
A couple of months ago, I stumbled upon Ariana Grande's new song "God is a woman". Of course, as a Christian, I had an incredibly visceral reaction to the song, and consequent music video. I have a lot of thoughts about this piece, and I will probably craft them into a post in a few…Read more She is woman, and that is enough.
Being a Christian is hard. This post isn't about the hard, social aspects of being a Christian; that's for another time. This is more vulnerable. I've been in a spiritual rut recently, very prolonged and very deep. Even walking through cathedrals in Italy and St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, I didn't feel all that close to…Read more Being a Christian is hard.
I was absentminded, and lost my wallet. Though losing a wallet in and of itself is more of a pain in the butt than anything, I lost mine not even twenty-four hours after returning home from a study abroad trip. My driver's license, AAA travel card, student ID, and several souvenirs (not to mention a…Read more Thank goodness, for goodness.