It is currently 8:03 pm, and I’m in the backseat of a truck near D.C. on our way home from Greenville for the weekend. And all that’s on my mind is travel. Greenville is a rad town. I didn’t want to leave. The towns we’ve driven through during the past 10+ hours with their quaint […]Read More What I’ve Learned from Traveling Solo
Warning: extreme honesty ahead. I am not writing this to bash anyone who is marrying or who has married young. I am not even writing this to bash the blogger–a fellow wordpress user–who wrote the article about why people should shut up about people marrying young. I am, however, writing this to share what God […]Read More Marrying young . . . and why I’m OK with being honest about it.
So, I’ve been keeping a secret from many of you. As of late November 2014, I have been accepted as a counselor at The Wilds of North Carolina! WOO-HOO! Some, if not many, of you know how big of a deal camp is to me. Ever since going to the elementary/middle school level of The […]Read More love of camp, est. 2006
It’s the fresh, raw hours of 2015. What excitement and adventures await this year! Before I dive headfirst into a brand new 365 days, I have some reflecting to do. I’ve been thinking about the poem I wrote a year ago. Let me refresh you: Less crying, no more fear Living right now and […]Read More that’s a wrap, twenty-fourteen.
Hello from the comfortable couch next to the pellet stove in our home. Much has changed since I last blogged. I am not sweating profusely or listening to insects chirp outside my window, nor worrying about whether or not I’ve remembered to pack everything. I am, however, still aching for more adventures and stories to […]Read More by faith.