It’s crazy how certain things can be so easy for one person and simultaneously so difficult for another. In that we often neglect to recognize the personal battles being faced by the people around us. Though this isn’t always negative, it is important to realize that the battles and victories you confront in the peanut … More Proud

I’m Sorry I Ran

Sometimes I run away from you when you’re hurting, but it’s not because I don’t care. It’s because I’m scared. I have this way of loading my backpack where I put my books in the bottom and then I add your cinder blocks on top and before I know it I’ve walked 5 miles but … More I’m Sorry I Ran

I Trusted You

I don’t understand why I’m like this. I thought I made peace with this weakness a long time ago, but here we are again. I wish I could have held myself back from caring about your wellbeing. I wish I didn’t give you so many benefits when there were so many doubts. If I could … More I Trusted You


A struggle I’ve faced for a while is to believe that my dreams for vocational pursuits and my skill sets are valuable even though they’re all more artistic in nature. I used to pray daily that God would change me to give me a mind or a desire to do things that “mattered more,” such … More Artist

Crackles of Infinity

Learning has always been one of my greatest strengths, but knowledge without action is a recipe for disaster. A recipe that I am, unfortunately, well acquainted with. Sometimes my brain feels so full and my inability to make choices is so present that I become easily overwhelmed. With much power, comes much responsibility and knowledge … More Crackles of Infinity

Finding Yourself Again

Dear One, You jumped into a puddle and didn’t realize it was a hole. You didn’t recognize how far deep it was until it began hurting your soul. Every mirror you checked was caked in mud so thick you couldn’t recognize yourself Until your mode of operation became “just survive, get by, without help from … More Finding Yourself Again