Summer 2016 was a roller coaster. In a word, it was freeing. I unhinged from all of my responsibilities at home this summer and set off for 10 weeks. When you are a teen and a twenty-something you have opportunities and freedoms that adults sometimes have to let go of. These freedoms can shape who you are.… Continue reading Young & Free
3 things moving taught me about God's plan.
May the grading curve be ever in your favor.
Today I came across an old journal. I cautiously opened it and read through all the cringe-worthy pages. The first entries are from when I was 14 and go all the way up to 17. Most of it is totally embarrassing. Lots of extremely detailed entries over exactly what this or that boy said and exactly how… Continue reading Letter to 15-Year-Old Me
This time last year I was graduating high school, and now my younger, and much cooler cousin, is graduating. I have learned and changed a lot this past year, so for Drew, and the rest of you graduates, here is my small list of advice going into year one of college. Fake it til you… Continue reading Advice to the Graduate
A few weeks ago while standing in line to order our burritos for lunch, I told my mom that I want to find someone who cares enough to memorize my Hot Head Burritos order by heart. She laughed and so did I, but I'm not sure if she understood that I was serious. I've noticed… Continue reading God Knows My Burrito Order.