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Last night I was blessed to spend an hour with my best friend, Nadia, on Skype. These conversations are few and far between. See, Nadia is in law school and, as it turns out, law school is harder than regular school. So I was not surprised when her screen flickered on a couple minutes late […]

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One of my jobs this summer at Pine Cove was lifeguarding at Lake Shalom. This meant long days in the “warm” Texas sun getting my toes nibbled on by fish, fighting to stay awake in the “isolation” chair on shore, pretending to be Jaws and pulling kids off the inflatables and our personal favorite…working the […]

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I fully intended to write each week about camp and what I was learning here in Texas. It’s a shame that I haven’t, because God has been teaching me more than I have the ability to fully process in the moment. So I apologize if this post chases three different rabbit trails. Maybe one day […]

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Today I got to stand with my fellow classmates and turn my tassel between the hedges. I stood among classmates, project partners, people I recognized from Twitter, friends, roommates, best friends, and even my boyfriend. We cheered and barked and sang the Alma Mater together. It was bittersweet, to say the least. All of my […]

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This week I received an email inviting me to attend Senior Night at BCM (Baptist Collegiate Ministries). I was told that I would have the opportunity, along with my fellow graduates, to share my favorite memory at BCM. I was immediately paralyzed with indecision. How in the world would I select one memory from the […]

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The coward hides from danger blankets himself in comfort, protection, security. He clings to safety, remaining firmly on the ground, never peeking over the edge. He settles into the familiar resisting change in places or in faces The brave goes looking for danger. She feels trapped by comfort, protection, security. She flees from safety, fighting […]

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Tonight I joined hands with the most incredible cast of people I’ve ever worked with and took my final bow under the stage lights. I’ve been dreading this moment since December 4th, 2013, when the DT 2014 cast got together for our first table read of the show. Ever since that day, Dinner Theatre has […]

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It’s that time of year again…Dinner Theatre hell week. My friend and co-cast member Bradley McKee describes hell week perfectly: “So, for those of you not familiar with theater lingo, ‘hell week’ is the week before the show when you have rehearsal every night, tensions and stress levels are running through the roof, and you […]

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I’ve never been particularly good with directions. You can ask anyone who has ever rode anywhere with me..I’m bound to get lost at least once or twice along the way, even if I’ve driven there a million times. Though, I don’t like to call it “getting lost”. I’ve always called it “going on an adventure” […]

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Every year, my dad writes a Thanksgiving column in which he simply states what he is thankful for. It’s not meant to be creative or exhaustive. It’s simply giving thanks. I thought of a few blog ideas regarding thanksgiving that perhaps could have been more eloquent, but I’m gonna take my dad’s lead this year […]