10 Good-to-Knows

There are some things in life that you don’t get a chance to learn until you learn them the hard way. There are also some things that I have thoughtfully been taught. Some people may not have not been taught some of these. I wanted to share 10 things that I consider general life lessons or … More 10 Good-to-Knows

She Is

‘She is delightfully chaotic; a beautiful mess. Loving her is a splendid adventure.’ // I’ve never met Steve Maraboli before, but those written words of his can unexpectedly pierce the heart of a gal casually scrolling on Tumblr just as swiftly as they danced across the screen. // My story doesn’t quite fit that puzzle … More She Is

{YAY RA!}

During my sophomore year at Central Michigan University I took on the adventure of being a resident assistant in one of the residence halls on campus. An RA holds a spectacular paraprofessional staff position that is full of adventures, meaningful relationships, and challenges that allow for growth beyond measure. As an RA you plan various … More {YAY RA!}

Eagle Village – the land of obstacles and opportunities

Her name is Emily Baier. * She is my quirky comrade. Who also doubles as my merry mentee. We had the opportunity of a lifetime to spend a weekend together (9/12/15-9/13/15) with the rest of the Leader Advancement Scholars from the sophomore and freshman class from Central Michigan University. We packed our bags and headed north, to … More Eagle Village – the land of obstacles and opportunities

SpringHill: where faith and fun combine in upmost harmony

SpringHill – a summer camp for kids. I was a counselor for Day Camps – where we travel around to different locations bringing camp to the kids at the various churches and schools that hosted us… an experience of a lifetime. My home team was based out of the West Michigan 2 (WM2) area, and these … More SpringHill: where faith and fun combine in upmost harmony

Three Little Birds

Three little birds I buried today. They were found by a dear friend freshly dead under a nearby tree. Initially taken back in awe of the situation, we scrounged for the nearest shovel, giving them a proper burial and sending them off with love. Their death remains unknown to me. Maybe there was a predator. Maybe it was … More Three Little Birds