To the unknown friends who put forth effort to share with a girl who wouldn’t let them see her: Thank you. It isn’t your fault that I didn’t want to see you. I appreciate the gesture, even if I couldn’t handle it.
The reality is that things can get worse, and likely will. I’m a devout Christian and I truly believe that the world is going to continue getting worse before Christ comes again. If you don’t believe in Christ, or a God at all, that’s okay. I’m not trying to change your beliefs. I’m simply trying to express mine.
We are in the age of superhero movies and TV shows. Marvel and D.C. are fighting for our attention and we don’t have to be convinced to watch them. Whether or not we know the backstories of each hero doesn’t matter so much as it matters that we crave this genre, particularly at this time in history.
*Post has been edited for length and because WordPress doesn’t like one of my paragraphs. Did that title get you here? In my philosophical writing class this semester, we are discussing abortion and the process behind it being either morally permissible or morally impermissible. Not […]
Good afternoon, friends! I am currently in the middle of doing homework for one of my classes, but I felt prompted to write a quick post. I don’t say it often, but I really am grateful for the opportunity to attend Brigham Young University. Growing […]
Where to start? The last few months have been a whirlwind of emotions and learning experiences. I’ve been quieter on Facebook and other social media lately because I wasn’t really sure how to address all of the changes I’ve faced recently. Until now. At the […]
Hello, blog readers! Today’s post isn’t going to be a story, sorry! Instead, bear with me as I take you on a journey of my reflections of the last year! First things first! Here is a list of things that have happened to me this […]