F E R V E N T L Y

This summer I have a job as a day camp counselor at my town’s branch of the YMCA. This is very similar to what I’ve done the past two summers, which is work at sleep-away summer camps, but the key difference this summer being the absence of an emphasis on Jesus. One of the hardest…

Project 365: Weeks 17&18

Guess what my lovely readers! I am caught on my project 365 posts! Praise God. Love you peeps. Enjoy! 🙂

G O O D

A few Sundays ago at church we talked about the concept of God being good. I sat through the service with my heart full of joy, having seen and received this goodness so many times in my own life. Had I heard this sermon a year ago, almost a year ago exactly, tears of bitterness would…

A D A P T A T I O N

A year ago today I  said “see ya later” to my best friend and former (soon to be again) roommate. As our sophomore year of college was ending our junior year would begin with adventures for the both of us. I spent the fall semester roaming the wilderness and Kendall is currently spending her spring semester…

Project 365: Weeks 15&16

So, after this two weeks it would be more appropriate to rename this Project 363, as I missed two days. Wups. I can’t remember what was going on 9 and 12 April, but it was either something that got in the way of me remembering to snap a photo or something I was too into…

Project 365: Weeks 11&12

  March is almost over (its actually over, but my March posts aren’t quite up to date yet, but soon!)

V O I C E

Recently I applied for a scholarship through the Supervisor of Elections (SOE)  in the county I live in. This scholarship had several normal requirements; I needed to have a certain GPA, be a student at a university in Florida, and obtain two letters of recommendation, among other things. However, there was one slightly abnormal requirement:…

Project 365: Weeks 9&10

Spring break, which mainly consisted of recovering from dental surgery (but also saw a birthday celebration and my dogs) and the following week, which happened to be one of the hardest weeks of my semester thus far. Even in the incredibly difficult days the Lord is still good and life is still beautiful

Project 365: Weeks 7&8

Mid to the end of February: lots of adventures and bicycle rides and hammock hangs 🙂 Almost caught up!