Made Perfect Through Christ: My Struggle With An Eating Disorder and Perfectionism

I am largely a type A person (with the exception of my haphazard bedroom). I also struggle with the vice of pride. This is a poisonous combination. As a person with perfectionist tendencies, I struggle to accept my own weaknesses. Combine this with insidious pride, which always whispers that I can and should do everything … More Made Perfect Through Christ: My Struggle With An Eating Disorder and Perfectionism

Learning from the Greatest Woman to Ever Live

Over the break, I did a lot of pondering about a particular person. It wasn’t, surprisingly, myself; it wasn’t Donald Trump; it wasn’t Mariah Carey and her interesting New Year’s Eve Performance; and it wasn’t the insanely beautiful Spanish man from Rogue One. *Side note. Rogue One was amazing. Spanish man was amazing. She’s infinitely … More Learning from the Greatest Woman to Ever Live

Selection from Spring Poetry 2015

Flamenco Soft dust floats lazy warm hazy Sunshine –unbearably sweet! One’s will do to anything melts All soft yellow butter smooth, rich golden golden golden That dust! Soft, floating Golden Coating the world in its powdery preservative Maintaining the Golden Honey glazed pavement, amber flamenco Tanned faces, chocolate gazes And that slow slowww seepage Time … More Selection from Spring Poetry 2015