Don’t be decieved. I wandered a little too far and got taken by the river a few yards downstream. So nice though, we needed a minute outside, and this was good for the soul. And it woke me up and kept me on my toes. Literally. Advertisements
Today I got to indulge in two of my favorite things. What are they, you might ask? Ice cream and pizza. I mean, if you know me, i’m pretty conscious of balancing these awesome, God-gifted delicacies, but if someone asks me if I want them, it doesn’t take much to convince me. Balance in all… Continue reading Pizza, Gelato&&My Mom.
Today was a day of dealing with details. That’s the thing about getting your car stolen, trying to get acquainted with a new town, and basically changing everything you’ve known about your life over the past three years. The details always surface, days or even weeks after the initial happenings. Sometimes I get bogged down,… Continue reading There are always details. –9/20
Usually by the time I’m showing up for our morning devotions at the office, I’ve already been up for 4-5 hours. I’ve gotten dressed twice, have had anywhere from 4-8 shots of espresso, and have ran through the apartment like the tazmanian devil, trying to gather everything I need for the day in a span… Continue reading They need it. You do too.
Would I say video editing is a skillset of mine? absolutely not. Am I usually the first one to jump onboard to complete a task that might challenge me in a way that is increasingly uncomfortable? ehhh. If i know that I’ll get it done one way or another, I mean i know it’s good… Continue reading Comfort Zones.—–9/18
On Friday I took advantage of a night off to breathe in some fresh air. Outside is where I come alive.
Shock. Total and complete inability to fully comprehend what was actually happening. Complete desperation followed by what I knew needed to be logical, adult thinking and decision making. Thank God for the big kids ((actual adults&cops)) that I had around me in that moment. I’m pretty sure we all had a headache after those 2-3… Continue reading It’ll be a good story, they said.