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Life

The First of the Last

And today it begins: The first day of my last semester of undergrad. The myriad of emotions that ran through me as I typed those words intoxicates me. The fist day of my last semester. Wow. This journey began in the summer of 2015. I'd enrolled...

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What 2017 Taught Me

Last year revealed quite a few interesting moments to me. I claim 2017 to have been a revolutionary year for me. To start, there were painful events that led to me having surgery at the end of May. It seemed the pain came out of...

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Word to the Wise

Too often we tell other people what they need to do, how they should make changes in their life, who they need to let go of, all the while neglecting to do the same in our own lives. We're the ones who need to take...

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When Strangers Become Family

Last month, I was a featured author at the National Book Club Conference in Atlanta. What an experience that was. The highlight was not speaking to an audience, signing books, or taking pictures with readers. What was an afterthought has remained in the forefront of...

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What School Has Taught Me

School has been a challenging journey for me. When I think about it, it's not so much school in itself, but what it is doing in and through me. Exams, group projects, stress of making the grade, all of that is taxing enough on the...

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Change Your Oil

I am sure most of you, if not all, have owned a vehicle at some point in your life. Part of the responsibility, other than maintaining insurance and making payments, is to make sure you keep it in tip top condition. You have to make...

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Not Making the Move

Back in August I rode cross-country with a friend of mine on her journey to bible school in Oklahoma.  I had brought a few writing magazines along with me because I was taking Greyhound (that's a whole different blog) to meet her in Atlanta and...

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When Am I Going to Get It?

I decided to open the file to my old blog posts and post them over here, and what I've found is I seem to recycle the same issues.  Granted, I love recycling plastic, cardboard, and aluminum, but problems?  I'd rather not.  The question is, why...

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