I sit there, surrounded by so many stories. Books, music, art, and people. I am drowning in a sea of words.Continue reading “Library People Watching Stories (Fall Semester)”
Today is a Saturday. I love peaceful Saturdays. I am sitting on my bed with my laptop, snuggled in a hoody and pjs. No deadlines today, and I get to slow down to catch up on some stuff and think through the week.Continue reading “Vulnerable. Might delete later.”
Dear sir, thank you for giving your life so that I might live mine.
I dearly hope I live my life in such a way to make you glad.
The knowledge that I can sleep soundly tonight because others stayed wide awake in those miserable trenches, fills me with more gratitude than I could ever express.Continue reading “Thank You”
I have decided to look back over the moments in February that I am thankful for, instead of letting it feel like one big gross hard month. 🙂
This isn’t a list to show off things I’ve gotten to do. It’s a whispered thank you to the brave people and happy times who gave me the strength to try to keep laughing and crying and loving and praying. I didn’t do so very well at all, but I did try. ; )
These are some of the little things that gave me joy–
The WEATHER, you guys!!! (Do I start every post like this? lol) It’s been so ridiculously rainy and blustery and dreamy that our creative brains went into overdrive, and we just had to call a writing party! I had my new journal open next to me for scrawling notes while I wrote, and I thought it might be fun to share them with y’all. 🙂
I give ye…
What Goes On In Anna’s Brain (Other Than Writing) While Writing! Continue reading “A Writer’s Journal”
Recently I’ve been obsessed with a certain word. It’s more of a name actually…
It’s a pretty sounding word, yes.
But it also means something special. Something that is immensely thrilling and baffling all at the same time.
God with us.
This autumn I want to remember one thing. Crazy goal, right? But in all seriousness, it seems to be the hardest thing in the world to remember right now. Continue reading “This Autumn, Remember”