It's Sunday! Which means that a week from today I will be home! This coming week is finals week, and despite norms I am not really that stressed. There is really not much for me to do besides curb my procrastination and put the last bit of effort in to finish. There is also a … Continue reading Weekly Roundup and Reflection: Finality
Well, it's Sunday again, and less than five days until Thanksgiving. It's hard to believe that last year I was living in Nashville, working at the mall in town, living with my cousins. Now I am back in my home state, in school, and going home for the holiday. It's crazy that a year has … Continue reading Weekly Reflection and Roundup: Thanks
Wow! It's November already! Technically, it was last weekend too, but it didn't really hit me until this past week. Most of the leaves have fallen off the trees, and we had some kind of precipitation that looked suspiciously snowy a couple of times. One morning I woke to see that a big ginkgo tree … Continue reading Weekly Reflection and Roundup: November!?
Happy Sunday everyone! It's been a long while since I've written a Weekly Reflection! It's been a long and stressful week, and I am so glad it's the weekend! One thing I've been trying to learn this week is patience. My college career will take longer than I originally hoped, and for a few days I … Continue reading Weekly Reflection and Roundup: Patience
This week was very busy. And it was the strange kind of busy where you have a lot of little breaks before you have to gather up your things and hurry on. There was a lot of stress from schoolwork. There was also a lot of stress about this coming Wednesday, when I will be … Continue reading Weekly Reflection: Opportunities
Hello friends, Every Sunday I'd like to do a little "weekly reflection", a sort of journal post. It's nice to take a day before the next week's craziness begins to reflect and give our minds a rest. The fourth commandment says to "remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy" (Exodus 20:8). Some people take … Continue reading Weekly Reflection: Traditions