Dear Mr. Kevin O’Leary, I understand that you won’t receive any money for taking a couple of minutes out of your life to read this letter. I wish I could say that I am apologetic for wasting your time, but I am not. I am sorry, however, for your recent comment that 3.5 billion people..
I don’t have any TOMS, but I’ve heard people talk about the brand. I’ve heard that the shoes are incredibly comfortable, and I’ve always thought that they were good in the sense that they can be casual or dressy. While in Zimbabwe, I had a conversation with someone who disliked them because of how the..
Name: Moira Davies (“Zimbabwe Mom”) How I know/heard about them: Moira works at the café that I go to on weekends in Bulawayo. She was always extremely nice to me, and at one point, the weekend before I stayed in Bulawayo sick with bronchitis and a sinus infection, she made me lemon tea (despite my..
I’ve been asked how it feels to be back home a few times in the past month, and I never really have an answer. It’s good to be around family and friends, and the little luxuries (flush-toilets, warm showers) are nice. But I miss the simplicity of Zimbabwean life. I miss the children that, every..
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Sometimes I feel like I am basically a walking contraction. I thrive off of teamwork and being around other people, but I am an introvert that experiences social anxiety regularly in large-group situations. I love being awake early and feel more accomplished when my day runs from 7am-10pm, but I do my “best thinking” in..
I have included things written by others a couple of times on my blog in the past. Usually, I include articles by others that I fully agree with, or some type of artistic piece that play with my heartstrings. But the truth is, that when it comes to whether or not I think Beyonce is..
I was thinking about brokenness today. I was thinking about brokenness, and woundedness, and how everyone experiences these realities to some extent. And as I was thinking about how life is hard and painful and relentless sometimes, I looked up and saw the trees that are on the other side of the fence. I realized..
I don’t usually love these, because a lot of times they end up being super trivial. But Sheri McConnell did one that was so awesome and true, that I wanted to take part. The number she gave me is 10. Note: If you comment, you will get a number. 🙂 1) My two favorite books..
I wrote this as something to be read at my parents 25th anniversary party. I figured I would share it on my blog, now that the party is over. 🙂 I could write a letter about the love that my parents share, and have somebody read it… but it seems that doing that would require..