This has been the longest, most painstakingly drawn-out summer of my life. Right now I’m sitting with a mug full of hot tea on a brisk day near the middle of September with two weeks until my first day of classes and not a whole lot to show for it. Actually I take it back. I went a…… Continue reading Meet Shannon– My Reproductive Syndrome
After I graduated High School I started to question why anything was really important at all. Any of these things may have included: Celebrities in the Media. Why do people play into the hands of big-name celebs who are obviously stipulating for attention? e.g. Miley Cyrus, Donald Trump . I still don’t get it. Employment nowadays. I’m sitting…… Continue reading The Importance of Getting Dressed in the Morning
I wrote “love” on my arms on Monday for suicide awareness week, because that’s what it was. And then I had to go over the faded letters again in pen on Tuesday, 9/11, because I heard about Sally. Her name isn’t Sally, but it’s better that I call her that. Sally had done exactly what…… Continue reading The Saddest Week of my Life.
“Everything has a beginning, a middle, and an end- the middle’s the most important. Think of… an Oreo cookie! Right now we are in the middle of our lives, and this is the time that matters most. We’ll get to camp tomorrow, and we’ll leave on Saturday. It’s up to YOU what you do with…… Continue reading The night before GIRLS CAMP!!!
Wow. I’m blogging at 11:30 PM! Yup, pretty sure it’s summer! Well school went out with no shebang, simply finals and teachers wishing off “happy summer”s. First year of finals, over. I dust off my hands, throw my backpack to the side and and run through the sprinklers. Funny how once summer starts, the average…… Continue reading High School’s a Fourth Over!
Oh Friday afternoon. It’s a breeze of cool, clean air purified from any tests, quizzes, or status-quos. Viernes, un dia buenisima. But this year of seminary was even better. What’s LDS Seminary like? Well, let me show ya. First it’s cold and dark. There you have it. A glimpse into the sleepy, spiritual, and chatty world…… Continue reading Seminary Comes to an End
When you’re a Mormon, you meet at a building according to where you live. and the people you see every Sunday and who live in your relative neighborhood are in your “ward”. There are thousands of wards across the globe. A ward becomes a family as people move in, move out, have babies, pass away……… Continue reading The Warriors’ Mothers (Happy Mommy’s Day!)