I promised a blog series on gratitude so here it goes! I knew this was going to be a hard topic for me to write about, because sometimes it can be really hard to give thanks for the small things, especially the things that are hard to give thanks for. Especially the first topic on … Continue reading Gratitude Challenge 1 – Someday My Prince Will Come (Or Not, and That’s Okay Too)
When I signed up to go on the Disney Summer Mission in February, I didn't know exactly what I was getting myself into. I knew I would be going back to my home in Florida at Disney World, I knew I would be investing in some incredible students, and I knew that eventually I would … Continue reading Family Means Nobody Gets Left Behind or Forgotten
There are many different ways to celebrate a 21st birthday. Some people get drunk. Other people go to Disney World. I however, spent most of my day working at Disney World.
On our last Tuesday of project, the Allergy Pride Carpool (the people I drove around with all summer to work, the four people on project who have super-fun allergies and can't work around food) decided to go on an adventure to see all four parks of Disney World in one day. We planned it out … Continue reading Magical Memory Throwback #1- All Four Parks in One Day
There are not words to describe the incredible joy God has brought me through the Walt Disney World Summer Project. I am still astounded at the many incredible things He has done this summer. I had so much anxiety going into this project over whether I would make friends, whether I would grow spiritually, whether … Continue reading “The Dream that I Wish [Has] Come True”
Well, its been about a month since I've gotten back from Great Britain, and I can honestly say I miss it. I loved being home with my family and seeing them again, but I must say there were a lot of times when I sat around my house wondering where all my healthy non-GMO food … Continue reading The Study Abroad Experience
Going to Scotland was one of the best choices of my life. I made the decision to go at the spur of a moment on a group trip to Spain when my friends spontaneously planned the trip and invited me. Little did I know that this short trip with a random group of people would … Continue reading A Literary’s Dream (Or Scotland)
Oh to be in Paris, walking the streets with some of your best friends, feeling like you're in a movie, drinking in the sight of the Eiffel Tower... These were the visions occupying my mind as I boarded the EuroStar train, hot chocolate in hand Wednesday night. We settled into our seats for the short … Continue reading Vive la France!