Oh, Little One

I love babysitting. Sometimes though kids would ask the darnedest questions. More than often I'd have particularly younger girls asking me if I had a boyfriend. At the time, I politely said no (with a smile). As if I gave a repulsive answer they would gasp and quickly follow-up, "Why not?!" Now, at the time... Continue Reading →

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My Door is Always Open

"My door is always open, kettle is always on, and my sofa is always warm and a place of peace and no-judgement. Anyone who needs to chat is welcome anytime. It's no good suffering in silence. I have snacks in the cupboard, cold drinks in the fridge, tea & coffee in the jars, and I... Continue Reading →

I Moved to London, England

Moving to London has not been a PIZZA cake, but it's been a delicious adventure. Sometimes I daydreamed about packing my bags just for fun. Suddenly, just like that, I packed my bags and was off. Thanking for joining me on this journey! I am attending school at University of East London. I live on... Continue Reading →

30 Seconds of Bravery

One of my favorite things about writing is that I know I don't have to do it alone. Sometimes a topic or idea is placed in my head or on my heart, but alone I can only reach so far - this is one of those times! I had an idea and wanted input from... Continue Reading →

Make Your Mission More Than a Trip

Time after time I've wondered if anyone would ever uncover a 'cure' for those post-mission trip blues... If you've ever gone on a mission trip, you know that your sole focus is Jesus. Serving others in Jesus' name, building intentional relationships with others, inspiring,  encouraging, and challenging each other to grow closer in their relationship... Continue Reading →

caring ≠ worrying

So, one thing I have noticed through the years is that I care deeply about lots of people. I've pin-pointed that the main way lots of us show our care to others is through the act of worrying. We figure that we care about them, love them, want the best for them, and we think... Continue Reading →

Father’s Day

"Father's Day noun. 1. a day, usually the third Sunday in June, set aside in honor of fathers." It's a celebratory time for most, but (in reality) not everyone is blessed with an earthy father that is actively present in their lives. That's where this song steps in. It's written by the group Beasts of... Continue Reading →

Do Me a Favor & Please Assume

as·sume əˈso͞om/ verb 1. suppose to be the case, without proof. "Assume" is just one of those words that when used, often has a negative connotation. It's often attached to uncertain situations leading to disappointed feelings. I'm sure many have heard of the old saying that goes, "When you assume, you make an a$$ out of you and me, (a$$-u-me)."... Continue Reading →

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