Recently, I was made fun of, albeit lovingly, for blogging and the likely possibility that no one gives a shit about what I deem worthy enough to write about. True as that reality may be, my voice has found its way back to its rightful owner and here I am again. There is something soContinue reading “Write More, Rest Less.”
This morning marks the beginning of Aphi Senior Week. This week is meant to celebrate, congratulate, commiserate, and send-off the senior pledge class. So far this semester, I have done a relatively good job of not getting overly emotional, avoiding sappy moments, and acting like everything’s not going to change in three weeks. But, theContinue reading “There will always be strength in numbers.”
#2: How to Make the Most of Your Freshman Year
My first published article as a MyEdu student blogger…. Who doesn’t like to read about traveling?
The link I just posted to Shane Claiborne’s article “Letter to Non-Believers,” was recommended reading from my best friend, Beth. Privileged enough to have been Beth’s best friend since we were little girls, I am also privy to Beth’s faith journey. Beth has grown so much in her faith and has become a real inspirationContinue reading “Dirty Theology”
I recently saw this on Facebook… 10 Reasons Why Gay Marriage is Wrong 1. Being gay is not natural. Real Americans always reject unnatural things like eyeglasses, polyester, and air conditioning. 2. Gay marriage will encourage people to be gay, in the same way that hanging around tall people will make you tall.
Distance is something that has been on my mind as of late. In high school, I think I equated this word to literal distances in terms of track, aka the shorter the better for this guy. Now as I inch closer to the end of my college career, distance has many connotations for me. AContinue reading “Distance.”
As many of my good friends already know, I am obsessed with Eat, Pray, Love and everything Elizabeth Gilbert. After reading both her aforementioned best-selling memoir, as well as her follow-up – Committed – and watching the film version of Eat, Pray, Love too many times, I have come to hold Elizabeth Gilbert as aContinue reading “Sometimes You Have to Grab Life by the Coattails”
What was previously thought of as a popular saying and an animated movie title has become my family’s mantra this weekend. Yesterday Chloe, the older of our two dogs, got sick again. Over the last two years she has had pancreatitis twice and kidney stones twice. Evidently, schnauzers are genetically prone to get pancreatitis, whichContinue reading “All Dogs Go To Heaven.”