I decided on my career when I was eight years old. Because of Mrs. Brown, I knew I was going to be a teacher. I wanted to be just like her. I worked hard to make this reality, but 10 years later when I declared a major, I had a moment of doubt. Journalism was my… Continue reading When Things Fall Apart
image via When I met my husband seven years ago I was at my weakest. I was broken hearted and my dreams had recently been shattered. I was fearful of the future, the unknown, what (and who) I would become. He loved me anyway, let me know that it wasn't a career that made me… Continue reading Strands of Gold
I am in the process of creating space for my writing to grow- physical, mental, and emotional space.
Happy June! I have never really been one to make resolutions or goals, but I wanted 2017 to be different. I didn't want to feel like I was wasting my life, afraid to live my dreams, afraid to do something for me. So the first of the year I created goals and decided on a… Continue reading June Goals
So, this is me, stepping out in faith. Faith that I can do hard things, that I can continue learning about the world, life, and myself. Faith that motherhood, for me, is so much more than raising children, but learning alongside them.