I don’t know who’s reading this but if you are—thank you for sticking with me. for those of you who have encouraged me and reminded me of the truth during the darkness and made me appreciate the little things in life – thank you, from the bottom of my heart. 2016 has been a whirlwind. … Continue reading ending 2016 // beginning 2017
in the midst of this craziness and senselessness and sorrow and horror and heartache i'm not quite sure what to think. i'm still in shock that this could happen to a city. my city, in an area where i know and love. we've always wanted to get on the map. to become a city that people … Continue reading for orlando
graphic by yours truly.
Abby over at A Glimpse of Starlight and Savannah at A Scattering of Light tagged me to do this fun, winter-y tag. Thankfully, winter's not totally gone yet so this tag still applies. 😀 Thanks so much—this is going to be a fun one! First, the rules. Answer prompts with the wintery/Christmasy theme in mind. … Continue reading a few of my favorite things
So, here's the promised poem! Also, if anyone has any better titles or other feedback, I'd love to see your suggestions. December 10, 2015 ~ textured the heart is a paper heart nothing written on it is permanent it will fade with time it is ripped and shredded by the writers who do not treat it … Continue reading textured
Can you believe that it's December already? We're about thirty days from 2016. Even just typing 2016 feels weird. I'll probably be posting a poem next week, so you all can have that to look forward to. Until then, here's my amazing words of wisdom the quote I discovered for the week. The love for equals is … Continue reading love & the world
For some reason my post got scheduled to be published Saturday instead of Thursday, and I caught it just now. o.O A few of my fellow bloggers (Aberdeen and Victoria ) have done this list which Lalathiel started, so I decided to join in as well. I hadn't originally planned to do a Thanksgiving post, but when I saw the … Continue reading giving thanks: the five senses
I took this picture recently while I was at the metro station. I don’t even remember the specific station; all I remember is waiting for the train on our route to come and take us to wherever we were going. I remember staring at the ground and being strangely fascinated by the tiles on the … Continue reading metro tiles
This made me laugh and it's so applicable to homeschooling. Well, maybe not the spitting part ... And to make up for my (lack of a) post, see the picture at the bottom. I promise I'll post a more substantial post in the near future. 🙂 "Ridgerunners! Pah!" said Oskar, trying to sound like a sailor. … Continue reading homeschooling in 128 words
words have the power to change the world, and these are no exception. And on that note, here's a song that reminds me of that truth as well. There's hope even when it's dark. Keep on and don't give up, friends.