This week in church I have been challenged to look at Romans 4 and understand the kind of faith Abraham had in God to give him a son. It was sheer simplicity and knowledge that God is who He says He is and He does what He says He will do. I was then challenged… Continue reading Choosing Faith
What’s the number 1 problem with my generation? c o m m u n i c a t i o n . People my age are struggling to be clear and talk to each other. Everyone can live miles away and be an instant from each other. Girls can gossip faster. Friends are never apart.… Continue reading communication.
Recently I have gotten to have some of the most real moments with the most real people in cars. Some of my favorite time spent, in all of my life, is in cars. Roadtrips: Me and my family would drive all over the country for hours and sing Les Miserables at the top of our… Continue reading Car Talks
Home. It takes on many different meanings and sights. Every home is different; in structure and in inhabitants. Each home provides something good or bad that people recognize and hold on to for most of their lives. My home has always changed growing up. I am used to moving homes, schools, and people. The house… Continue reading I’m finally home.
Easter is a hard holiday for me to put into words. So I am going to do my best. Bunnies, eggs, and friendly smiles all light up the church as people pack in for the service. Easter is odd because it requires a church attendance. People flock to churches because it is not as busy… Continue reading Easter.
Sometimes life gives you limes and says make lemonade. Well that at least happens to me often enough to immediately stop my ability to blog about my boring life. This months my limes have been a water damaged computer, a random moving away from Santa Cruz, California, a moving back in with my parents, a… Continue reading So it’s been a while
Quarters can get you gum balls and candy and temporary tattoos and stickers and erasers and a cup of ice. Or so I thought. I now know that quarters can get you 15 units of credit at a time. It can give you hours of homework and stress unimaginable. It can give you a new… Continue reading Quarters?
For my entire life, I have played a sport, mostly soccer. Although, I dabbled in a little bit of everything, running and fighting for the ball and being apart of a team creates this sort of joy in me that I cannot explain. Last night I got to play a super fun pick up game… Continue reading el futbol
When I was little, I would be so excited to go run outside and play with my little brother or swing with my imaginary friends in the backyard. I grew some and polly pockets became my imaginary friends and my little brother stole my attention, but he was so cute that I half understood (big… Continue reading Happy Things
Today at 11:15am I have already accomplished so many adult things. Entering the adult world has been a whirlwind of crazy. In 6 months, I have moved away from a county I thought I hated to find out I loved it endlessly. I have gotten good grades in college. I have survived midterms and finals.… Continue reading because we grow up sometimes