Hey, Do you remember me? Do you know how much you mean to me and just how much you impacted me? Did you know that you are one of the reasons I am who I am today? Because you are. All that time I spent in your care. All that time learning from you. Your… Continue reading An Open Letter to My Youth Pastor
Can I be honest for a minute? I hope so because this is my blog. I just want to address the issue of law-enforcement abuse of power. I am a white privileged female. I have no bad experience with law-enforcement and I've never been hurt by one. I have however seen a law enforcement officer… Continue reading Law Enforcement- Respect or Fear?
Whenever I first got my puppy I vowed that I would love him and care for him the best of my ability until I died. With my new little pup, I took on a great responsibility. So, to fulfill my promise I began to take my pup on walks around the neighborhood. I don't do it… Continue reading Walking Alone
Today I decided not to wear makeup. I'm not entirely sure why I decided to do this but I did. I went to classes, mingled with classmates, and even went shopping. (oh the horror!) Here is what I did differently compared to the other days I went with minimal makeup. I chose to be happy.… Continue reading A Day without Makeup
To the lady at Kroger, I see you. I'm in line next to check out and I spot you rubbing your eyes. I start to notice something is off about you. It's 68 degrees outside and you are wearing a sweater and a jacket. You are sweating. You aren't smiling and won't look at anyone.… Continue reading Thoughts from a Germophobe
Farewell to the organization that taught me everything I know. Farewell to those who invested in me. Farewell to the intern life. This week will be my very last week as an Intern. I have been in three different internships or what we call in the social work field, "field placements" throughout my college career. Every… Continue reading Farewell, Intern Life