Four years. Four years filled with little sleep, fluctuating body weight due to emotional eating, twelve-hour days spent in the Allen Library, weekends spent studying instead of attending movie nights, times of prayer filled with inescapable tears, times of prayer filled with debatably justified anger, and times of prayer filled with unending joy. Four years … Continue reading The Unimaginable Closing Chapter.
According to anyone, that's a failing grade. Yeah, I failed my final. I don't even have a valid excuse. These things happen. Welcome to a world where we have very little control. In light of the last quarter of my undergraduate beginning this week, I thought I would share with you a story filled with … Continue reading Eighteen percent on my final.
Or in other words, here is a portion of my testimony and my mission. I created my blog in 2017 and I do not know why it has taken so long to write something like this. The more I contemplate the timing of this post, the more grateful I am that I waited this long. … Continue reading Where my heart, soul, and mind lie: who I am and what I am trying to do.
What? Yeah, you read that right. Actually? Unfortunately. Why? Well, let me back up real quick. Now, when I say crying, I don't want you to think about me in the fetal position, curled up in the bathroom corner with tears streaming and the inability to catch my breath. That's everything it wasn't. My eyes … Continue reading I Cried in Biology Class…
So here's the tea, I wrote my last post, you know the one about me being a bad friend? I wrote that probably a week or two before I actually posted it. Anyway, it's been a little bit and I wanted to make a part two. I've been in lots of prayer about who I … Continue reading Friendship From a Christian’s Perspective
Written to my incoming freshman or my college student who hasn't put two and two together yet. Be intentional, fellow Christian. Now, don't get me wrong, college failed to tell me many things, or properly worded, I failed to listen. I failed to consider what "adulting" entails. College doesn't tell you how to cook. College doesn't … Continue reading What College Fails to Tell the Christian