Monthly Archives: September 2007


I went out to dinner with some friends last night to a Mexican restaurant. I had been there a million times before because it’s freakin’ good, but the irony of me being there struck me hard this visit. The restaurant is called Chapala’s. Chapala Mexico is where I spent a lot of time with my CTI team this summer. We did ministry there, got our laundry done there, did our shopping there. It was funny because the mural on the wall in the restaurant was of the city of Chapala; it was crazy to be able to picture myself there in the painting.

That moment was one of many in my life where I realize how good the Lord is and how many gifts He’s given me in this short life. My time in Mexico this summer was surly a gift. Thank you Father!

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Posted by on September 20, 2007 in Uncategorized


It’s a sad day

I got to hang out with my girlfriends today, (see them, they are beautiful) and it struck me that this may be one of the last times I get to do this with them. I’m planning on moving out of the state in just a few short months, and it’s starting to get a little crazy to think about.
I knew it was bound to happen at some point, but it’s all crashing to reality so suddenly: we are not always going to be at this point in our lives. We are going to move forward into new adventures and challenges.
As sad as I am that I will be leaving and not able to see them whenever I please, I am so excited about what lies ahead for me. It eases my mind to know that our friendship is rooted deep, and it cannot be shaken by distance. Praise the Lord for you ladies!

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Posted by on September 4, 2007 in Uncategorized