There are a couple different ways that the song Evergreen by Switchfoot can be interpreted. Continue reading


Goodbye 2015

As this year comes to a close, I like to reflect. This year has been a great one for me. I met some amazing people and made some friends. I turned 21 this year and started dating an amazing guy. I have also discovered more about myself. There are so many things that I am thankful for that came out of this past year. My parents have been amazing to me this past year that I’ve been living out on my own. I’m thankful for my job and the fact that I get to go to school so I can hopefully get a good job in a little over a year’s time. I’m thankful that I’m in very little debt for people in my situation and I’m thankful that I don’t have to live with roommates. I am also very thankful for all of the memories that I’ve been able to make this year. Continue reading

My Misadventures: Moving

I’m sorry that I won’t be able to deliver my regular content this week. I just moved and don’t have Internet so I’m writing this from my phone and it’s not exactly easy to format on the mobile app. I could probably do It but why don’t I take this time to tell you about my misadventures of moving.

I moved to Normal on Friday. I’ll be attending Illinois State next month. I was so blessed to find the apartment I did! When I was signing up for classes, there was a girl who sat in on my session to observe. When the topic of housing was brought up, she piped up and said she was looking for a subleaser. I had no idea what that meant but took her number and said I’d let her know if I was interested. It was an event totally orchestrated by God because a little while later I called her and set up a time to see it. My mom went with me. My mom is a picky lady but when she saw the apartment she instantly made up her mind as did I. The girl I’m subleasing from even gave me a deal because she regally needed a subleaser.

There is so much more to my story but I’ll have to save that for another day. Have a Merry Christmas! Hope you’re able to spend this time with your family.