Good news. The Tale Of My First Love, did not END in a breakup… “Just Friends” Soon after ending things, Elisha and I entered “real” relationships where we began to experience the security, happiness, and good vibes that one’s notorious other (usually) gives. We bumped shoulders a couple times, but we didn’t talk much, and it was never… Read More I’m Getting Married!!!
Childhood Crush I pinched my freckled nose tight and peered under the trampoline at a pair of tan legs grounded in red, white, and blue skate shoes. “I like that boy,” I whispered to my 7-year-old sister from the safety of my hideout. “I like him too,” she smiled. “His name is Pete.” “No, like, I like-like him,” I… Read More The Tale of My First Love
There will always be someone who will see the problems. There will always be someone who will tell you “you’ll fail.” There will always be someone who will make it their goal to drag you down with them to a life of mediocrity, and defeat, and hopelessness. That’s all fine and good . . .… Read More The Quickest Way To Change Your Life
The year 2015 shall forever go down in history as one of the grandest and most stretching years of my life. I’m not going to say all I’ve learned, because some of it is embarrassing, some of it is irrelevant, and some of you don’t have time to read through “The 3 Billion Life-Lessons Katie Learned… Read More 15 Things I’ve Learned in 2015
So, as you all know by now, I’m a 20-year-old, passionate, determined person. I throw all my energy into whatever I’m excited about and I would describe myself as driven and action-oriented. But, I’ll admit, I have been downright lazy about my health. I’ve always loved athletics, and my high-metabolism keeps me eating ALL the time,… Read More Confessions of A Lazy Nutritionalist
For the past few months I have been walking in sin. No, I’m not pregnant. I haven’t run away. Everyone I’ve come in contact with is still alive (that I know of). But sin has been deeply rooted in my life. When I shared this with one of my friends she said, “Katie, what are you talking… Read More The Sin That Destroyed My Joy
Have you ever lost your passion to practicality? Have you ever left your love for life? As children, we are born with innate passion and drives. At eight years old, I discovered a love of transporting myself through fiction and was delighted to find I could create my own beginnings–my own endings–on paper. Before long, I was… Read More Don’t Leave your Love
WARNING: This post is not politically correct. My goal is NOT to offend, simply to share what I feel the Lord wants me to write. I am speaking to myself as well as you—not wanting to judge, but desiring to challenge us to rethink how we are viewing God. Our culture revolves around sexualization. Some… Read More Are You Sexualizing Jesus?
This, is my Mother. Twenty-five years later, her hair is a little less Farah Faucet, but everything else remains the same. I want to mention her, because in this world a lot of darkness is going around. The human race has always struggled with discouragement, but in this day and age more and more Christians… Read More What to do When Facebook Leaves you Hopeless: Call my Mom 😉
I’ve been seeing blog posts floating around recently about the lives people portray on Social Media versus their real lives. Often, people claim that one’s social media presence is a fraud. We portray ourselves in the best light possible and watch the “likes” roll in, while we’re really drooling on the couch and flipping the remote… Read More My life on Social Media Vs. Real Life