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I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.

-Anne Frank

An Ode to Languages

Languages are my love language. I know that sounds redundant, but it is true. I adore languages. There is something inherently special about them.  Perhaps it is the way each language sounds. One is more efficient, one is strong, one is melodious. One sings with the warmth of the Mediterranean sun. One is matter-of-fact and… Continue reading An Ode to Languages

Truth4TCKs: I’m From… Heaven? – How The TCK Life Is A Blessing In Disguise –

The Confusion Of The TCK: Where They Are From “So where are you from? “ I paused… Should I give them the long answer? Or the short one? “Umm, I’m American.” “Oh, cool.” It was true. I am American – at least, that’s what my passport says. But I don’t feel like it. Not really.  I… Continue reading Truth4TCKs: I’m From… Heaven? – How The TCK Life Is A Blessing In Disguise –

New Blog Series

Hello friends! I want to share with you something that has been on my mind for a while. I am starting a blog series for Christian TCKs, written by a Christian TCK. I want to encourage them. And I want to use my writing to do that. But I know that I am not an… Continue reading New Blog Series

Fifteen Blog Tour

Hello dear friends! Today, I have the immense honor of hosting a part of Amie Anne Woleslagle’s Blog Tour & Scavenger Hunt for her new poetry book, Fifteen, which releases on October 23rd! I got to interview her about herself and her book, and I am so happy, practically struck by stars, to be able… Continue reading Fifteen Blog Tour

Peace by Storm

I am tired, frustrated, and restless. I guess this year was not what any of us expected. I know that’s an understatement. I just – feel so tired. Physically, spiritually and mentally. I don’t feel peace. However, God’s truth and love triumph over my feelings. I know that. Then why can’t I bring myself to… Continue reading Peace by Storm

A Lesson For Young People from Crime and Punishment

This summer, I had to read Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky as assigned reading. When I first started the book, I was frustrated, because it seemed like a boring and useless way to spend my summer. (And that’s coming from someone who likes books.) But about halfway through, things started to make sense and I began to… Continue reading A Lesson For Young People from Crime and Punishment

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