Here is a bit of basic level information to help you get to know me as I start out on this blogging journey.
Over the past few months I’ve been battling my own demons, working my butt off, trying to balance a work and social life, trying to prove myself and improve myself and just struggling with all of that. I have been very hard on myself and disappointed in my ability to just keep smiling and be … Continue reading Hit Me Like A Freight Train.
Unless you birthed me, raised me, married me, or have been through life’s crazy battles with me, YOUR OPINION ABOUT MY LIFE CHOICES IS NOT VALID! “How are you still single?” “Are you sure you can afford that?” “Why would you wear that?” “Traveling is for retirement.” “You need to invest.” “You should stop being … Continue reading Keep Your Negative Opinions To Yourself
Locally owned coffee shops have long been something I have considered a hidden gem in the heart of most small towns and even in bigger cities. Take a look into Jacked Up Coffee House, located in Biloxi, Mississippi.
The message I would like to share with you all today is centered around three main ideas: the Open Window, the Road less Traveled, and the Narrow Gate. A few years ago, I was approached by my Pastor a the time to share a sermon at church. She asked me to find a scripture that … Continue reading When God Opens a Window
Well here we go. It is the first day of 2019. As per usual, I have plenty of time to kill at the airport, so what else can I do but sit down an blog for the first time in forever. It is this time of year that we start of strong with high ideals … Continue reading Your Typical New Year’s Resolution
Have you ever had one of those days where everything is going fine, and then all of a sudden, one small thing happens and everything starts to unravel? Well, today was one of those days. Over the past few weeks of working in Mississippi, I've been told a few times (at both jobs) that my … Continue reading The Sunshine Girl is Out of Order
Alright! Sorry for being out of touch over the past few days, well two weeks. Whatever illness I picked up in Ireland has been kicking my but since two days before flying home, and I still have yet to make a full recovery. I cannot remember a time I have ever been quite so lazy. … Continue reading A Potter in the Making