Monthly Archives: November 2012

It Will Only Seem Beautiful

Yesterday I had the pleasure of hearing Tony Campolo speak twice.  If you’ve never heard him speak or read anything written by him, you need to stop reading this blog now and look him up.  Find out when he will be in a city near you, go on to Amazon and order one (or all) […]

The Journey Home

Well, I am back in the States and at my parents’ house in time for Thanksgiving (and Black Friday).  I honestly did not believe I was going to make it home in time for the holiday. I don’t think I’ve ever been so thankful to be home for Thanksgiving.  It definitely adds an especially contemplative […]


For those of you who don’t know me in real life but have been following this blog, you may find it curious that I’m posting today. I’m supposed to be on a flight back to the States after all. Well, unfortunately I’m not. Less than 12 hours before my first flight was supposed to take […]

No Boys, No Babies

As some of my friends know, I have two rules for this trip. So, I wanted to officially share those rules and give an update as to how I have faired. 1) No boys: I don’t do well with casual dating, and I wasn’t going to be here long enough to start anything serious. So, […]


To be honest, my motivation is fading quickly.  I’m nearing the end, and I have so many things I would rather occupy my time with at this point.  (Lord help me if I ever decide to get a Ph.D.)  I’ve been working on this thesis basically nonstop for two months.  Ok, nonstop is a slight exaggeration, […]


For the month of November, many people are posting something everyday for which they are thankful. In some ways, it’s a great idea, but, in others, the notion is trite at best. It reminds me of 7th grade English with Mrs. Hinkle. We had to write ten things everyday for the entire year. This year […]

Isaiah 35

I recently stumbled upon Isaiah 35.  I am half tempted to just stop there and tell you all to read it (which you should), but that would be a little bit of a waste of a blog post, right? For me, Is 35 came at the right time.  I don’t know what translation you are […]

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