January has begun and is already almost over.
I feel like I start a lot of blog posts commenting on the natural process of time passing, but it’s because I haven’t gotten my head around the concept quite yet. Maybe it will click sometime in later years, but for now it hasn’t, and I still marvel. Continue reading
Due to college overseas, I had never been home for a snow in North Carolina since my family moved here in 2014, but that all changed a couple weeks ago!
This time I was home and got to properly enjoy over ten inches of snow! Continue reading
So what does generous giving and miraculous living have in common? Moving out of the Thanksgiving season means Christmas time is here! At first, I thought the order of that was strange. The world seems to go from thinking about what they’re thankful for one day and by midnight that same day they’re ready to go buy everything they can get their hands on. Continue reading
I am super excited to announce a guest post today by Melissa Canales from her blog: Legacy of Love! I’ve put the link to her blog at the bottom of this post, and you should definitely check out more of her posts and subscribe! Continue reading
Many people participate in a tradition on Thanksgiving involving looking back on all that they’re grateful for in the past year or so. I love this tradition, “say the blessing”, because it highlights the goodness of God that might’ve been overlooked in the day-to-day crazy. Continue reading
It’s approaching y’all. The Christmas season is almost here! Sheesh it goes by quick. I know some of y’all might cover your ears and talk about how “it’s not even Thanksgiving yet,” and that’s okay I’ll repost the links to this post on December 1st for ya. Continue reading
It’s been a little while since I posted some fresh writing on here, so that’s what this week’s blog post is going to consist of. You might have already read it on my Instagram a few days ago but I just couldn’t help posting it here too! Continue reading
For those of you struggling through your semester as you miss being home, I hear ya. I went to university in England and around this point in the semester I really started being homesick because the holidays were just beginning. Continue reading
I’m assuming we’re all adults here so I’ll skip over the little kid stuff like “go to the bathroom beforehand” and “don’t ask the driver if you’re there yet” simply because those are the tips someone gives those who don’t want to be strangled by the other passengers. I’m listing tips about the fun stuff. Continue reading
A few months ago, I was sitting in the hammock on my porch, trying to read, and being rather unsuccessful. I was also trying to write about where my brain was currently at, in an attempt to organize it I guess, but was also being rather unsuccessful.