12.31.?? "I used to love being close enough to you to listen to you breathe Just to know we were breathing the same air Was good enough for me We held each other like this love would last forever Neither of us had ever known an everlasting love But this love was pretty close This… Continue reading Empty House
All of us are guilty of worrying at some point, especially me. It's comforting to know that we serve a God who is willing to take on all of our anxieties. All we need to do is trust Him enough to hand them over. Here are some verses that help me: “So don’t worry about… Continue reading 4 Bible Verses about Worrying
I have a dog. His name is Benny, and he is full of joy. I've had Benny for almost three years now, and he wakes up every morning just as happy as the day before. Sometimes, I'll accidentally leave a napkin on the couch. Before I know it, he's ripped it to shreds, and I'm… Continue reading Confession.
I've always been hesitant to tell people that I'm a Christian. Actually, no. If someone asks my faith, I'll proudly proclaim that I'm Christian. But how often does that actually happen? People should know that I'm Christian by the way I speak and the way I act. They don't. I'm reluctant of tell the cashier… Continue reading Today, I did a thing…
I was on Facebook before it was cool. I had a Twitter before hashtags were a thing. I remember Snapchat bestfriends. I always had the coolest MySpace profile. These days, I'm trying to stay away from social media. It's nice to be able to keep up with my high school AP English teacher and laugh… Continue reading Social Media
I would describe myself as pretty indecisive. It's mainly because I spend so much of my time trying to make those around me happy. It's exhausting and futile and all driven by the fear of disappointing others. Lately, I've been reassured by the fact that God loves me anyway. God loved me before he even… Continue reading Freedom.
I live in a neighborhood full of cats and their ladies The cats wish me well when I leave for work and greet me at my car when I get home Their ladies sit on their porches surrounded by forests They don't always say hi, but I can feel them watching me They watch me… Continue reading Here kitty kitty