Apparently this whole Brazil trip is going to be a lot like my Kenya trip when it comes to blog titles. So, be prepared for a Brazilian series of overdone puns. #sorrynotsorry Anyway, this post is actually a link to my post on the group's trip blog. I wanted to post it here too because … Continue reading A Brazilian Languages
Two years ago, about this time, I was preparing for two huge events in my life. One, I was preparing for a missions trip to Kenya through Bible Quizzing. And two, I was preparing to go to college. And now, here I am, two years later, preparing for another huge event in my life-- an … Continue reading One in a Brazilian Chance
"Christ would still die for you. Even if you were the only one." Yeah, I know. I do. Your reminder is exactly what I need right now. Because sometimes, recently, I have not been able to fully believe that. So thank you. I’m glad you said that—glad you care enough to make sure I know … Continue reading Words of Love
This post actually makes no sense. But neither does my life right now. And it actually has not really anything to do with Valentine's Day. But neither does my life. So, Happy Valentine's Day. It's Valentine's Day again. *insert whatever reaction here* And I could write another post about my thoughts on Valentine's Day, but that's … Continue reading Wait, What? Oh, Yeah. It’s Valentine’s Day.
Guys, I've been honest on here before. I haven't hesitated to talk about my heartbreak, my feelings of inadequacy, my fear of not knowing what I want to do with my life, and anything and everything in between. But, this post may be my most vulnerable yet. It may be one that I regret writing, … Continue reading Life’s Feeling
When you're driving, it's probably a good idea to know where your destination is. If you're going somewhere but you have no idea how to get there, you'll probably end up lost, confused, and stressed out. So, before you leave, you put the address in your GPS and trust it to guide you to your … Continue reading Doubtfully Trusting
I've always been a stubborn person with a "fight through it" attitude and a strong intention to follow through with everything I commit to. I remember when I was little, my parents would put a baby gate in front of the staircase. And I, being the stubborn and determined child I was, would promptly push … Continue reading Major Life Update