Forever Friends

The best types of people are the ones that would probably make fewer mistakes without you. Or stay up all night making remixes to T Swizzle songs while you bash some stupid boy for breaking your heart. Or will come all the way to your house just because there’s food. The best types of people are the ones that you cannot get rid of, no matter what goes on, they are right there as loving as always. Continue reading


I’m not really sure.

Life’s got such a funny way of working out when you least expect it. You make plans, set up for the long run, and BOOM, life happens and everything falls apart or seems like it will never work out. It’s such a funny reminder that not all things are going to go according to plan, and that you may never even get to the end of your initial journey because of all the twists and turns you were taken down.  Life has such a funny way of showing you the small things in life that make the biggest impact, introducing you to people that you would have never said hello too, and taking you to places that you had never thought of. Continue reading

Looking to the future

We are all asked a similar question as a child: What do you want to be when you grow up? I’ve been working on this for 22 years and I still don’t have a specific answer or a dream job in mind. I don’t know all of the details that my life will bring, or just what exactly I will be doing in the next 50 years or so, but I do have an idea of what I want my life to look like. Continue reading

Pass the banana pudding,please.


Of all four years I was a college athlete, Freshman year was the hardest. We were an entire team of freshman (for the most part) at a small Christian college in Georgia. We came from all over the state and other southern parts of the US. We came form all different walks in life, some of us coming just to be an athlete, some to become leaders in the church, and others like myself stumbling on their walk with Christ. Continue reading


One of the biggest lessons I have learned in life is to know your worth. It took me awhile to recognize the areas in my life that I had been settling; relationships, jobs, school, and even opportunities for growth. I didn’t know my worth- I didn’t see just how valuable my consideration, time, and commitment to all of these things is. I didn’t understand that I was capable of so much more than what was being presented to me. I was blinded by the infatuation of a relationship, a mediocre job to sustain my average college lifestyle, settling for a school that wasn’t fit for me, and settling for where I was at that point in my life. Continue reading