I celebrated my first year of marriage last weekend at a baseball game in San Francisco, and afterwards we splurged on some of the most amazing carbs I have ever consumed (praise the Lord for Italian food)! As we sat and had a glass of wine over our eggplant parmigiana (insert Italian accent), I reflected … Continue reading My First 365 Days of Being A Wife
Growing up around Christians, in the church, and/or in a Christian home, you often hear mothers tell their daughters: "I really admire Susan and how she handles her children. Her daughters are so well rounded and well behaved." "You know that you can't date until you are 18, so no hanging out with boys, no … Continue reading Where Are We Going Wrong?
My absence has not been absent from the forefront of my mind. My heart is here, writing away, sharing pieces of me with you. As I have been away, there were many a things that grabbed a hold of me. Although there were many, there was just one that left it's lasting touch on my … Continue reading Lesson’s From A Twenty-Something Year Old.
It's a history of survival. A long standing one at that. The definition of surviving is to continue to live or exist, especially in spite of danger or hardship. Through instability, I survived. Through Chaos, I survived. Through mental, emotional, and physical abuse, I survived. Through poverty, I survived. Through neglect, I survived. Through abandonment, I … Continue reading From Surviving To Thriving