June in Review

Summer always comes with relief, but this June seems much more relaxing than any other has been. I’ve done lots of reading (surprise, surprise), crossed a couple movie off my never ending to-be-watched list, caught up on Gilmore Girls, done some writing, and laid around doing absolutely nothing. People talk about being bored in theContinue reading “June in Review”

I’m Thankful For…

Hello friends! It feels like I haven’t just sat down and chatted with y’all in a while. Book reviews, short stories, opinions, and all are great, but its good to step back and just talk about the little things. Anyway, in light of Thanksgiving on tomorrow here’s what I’m thankful for. Family – cliche IContinue reading “I’m Thankful For…”

September and Such

September! What a month, school’s started and fall is supposedĀ to be coming. (It hasn’t. It wasn’t even cold the day I took this picture with my hot latte and sweater. I just like to walk around pretending the leaves are changing colors and the weather is below 70. You feel?) Not much has occurred inContinue reading “September and Such”

Reflections on Zion

Every year my school has two camping trips. The spring trip is called The Immersion and the summer trip The Surrendering. In the past we’ve done trips to the local mountains and the beach, but it’s been well over five years since a trip to Zion has taken place. I am beyond privileged to haveContinue reading “Reflections on Zion”

Write What You Know

As a writer, I’ve heard this saying practically my whole life: write what you know. As cliche as it may sound, it’s true. You may ask, what do you mean? Surely C.S. Lewis never visited Narnia or Tolkien Middle Earth. And you’re right. They didn’t. But they didn’tĀ have too. Those places were in their heartsContinue reading “Write What You Know”