i think i'll take chinese next semester.

i love carrots.

music makes me so happy.

i'm going on a trip soon.

my allergies are horrible.

apparently everyone will get swine flu at k-state this year.

wine class!!!!!


So many things to consider in life right now.
i want to be somewhere far away from the city and breathe.
i want to spend time with Jesus somewhere isolated.

i'm seriously considering a Meg-God weekend.
i think we'll do it soon.

"Breathe into my spirit
Breathe into my veins
Until only love remains"
-JJ Heller


My days recently:
Wake up.
Go to Spanish class.
Go to work.
Shelve carts of books.
Shift carts of books.
Shelve more carts of books.
Shift more carts of books.
Go to Swahili Class.
Go home.
Think about all the things I could do.
Work out.
Eat Dinner.
Go to sleep at 10:30.


What do you guys think about loneliness?
Do you struggle with it?
Is it normal?

I once heard someone say, the more you fall in love with the Lord, the more your soul will drift toward loneliness because it understands more clearly how we are so not made for this world.

For me, there's this fine line between being too dependent on people for happiness, entertainment, etc and a feeling of just completely drawing myself away from people and becoming far too independent and even reclusive.

Lord, teach me more about community.


Psalm 138:8
The LORD will fulfill his purpose for me;
your love, O LORD, endures forever—
do not abandon the works of your hands.


Yesterday people thought I was a lunatic.

I floss normally twice a day. I brush my teeth three times a day.
I got 2 cavities. WHAT???

Anyways, I went to get them filled yesterday which left me not being able to feel from my chin, up to the bottom of my ears. But who knew it could be such cheap entertainment? I was literally in my car talking to myself and I would sporadically burst into laughter... It was a good day.


Guate, Guatemala.

I feel bad about being absoutely terrible at this blog this summer.
But, oh well?

Okay, so guatemala.
From the people, to the scenery to the Lord.
It was all gorgeous.

What did i learn?
The most important thing I learned can be summed up by Psalm 121:3,
He will not let your foot be moved;he who keeps you will not slumber.
The Lord met me there. Not in extravagant, bold, flashy words. But a still, small prodding. He revealed Himself to me. Reminding me of the steadfast love that He offers. The same in KC as Manhattan as Xela, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
He has not fallen asleep.
He is present in my life.
I am seeing the Lord in a different light.
He will not fall asleep on me!

Lord, help me learn how to sing a new song.