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How I survived 2013

16 Dec

Greetings Webbies!

It has been one full year from my hiatus of blogging. During this year, I have experienced some clarity slowly developing in my life. You might be wondering what I have been up to.  Here are some of my BIG and small accomplishments for 2013:

  1. I turned 20
  2. One full year in North Carolina
  3. Got my first job ever! (Woo-hoo!)
  4. I am learning how to drive
  5. I got my permit
  6. I was a live-in nanny to a SPECTACULAR  little girl and we HEALED each others SOUL
  7. First mission trip ever (Haiti)
  8. First time ever leaving the US
  9. Visited 2 countries (Haiti and Dominican Republic)
  10. I got to meet amazing new friends
  11. I am becoming more sensitive to the voice of the Holy Spirit
  12. I let go and let God, this year I let God lead me
  13. Volunteering in Children’s Ministry
  14. Babysit in the church’s nursery and for a family from church
  15. I am slowly starting to be comfortable around more people, with feeling only a small amount of anxiety
  16. I am SLOWLY  paying my student loans off
  17. I saved some money and bought my self some furniture! (Yay! Room makeover)

Often, I have a hard time recognizing all the worthy things I am doing. Through the overwhelming sense that my accomplishments do not count because I can always “do better.” Looking back at this past year, I am so grateful for all the opportunities God has given me to learn more. About myself. About my life. About my spiritual walk. About my environment.

So, how did I survive 2013?

God.  Plain and simple.

I learned more about trusting God in the one month before leaving for Haiti, than I did in my entire twenty years of life combined. I survived because I trusted God to give me the strength when I thought I could not go on any longer. God gave me some amazing people this year to help me along and give me the support I needed to keep my focus on him and not the world.

I am learning not to care about the opinions of the world. NO, I am not in college. NO, I do not have a full-time job. NO, I do not have a boyfriend or husband.  NO, I do not know where I want to go in life. Wait for it … and NO, this does not make me any less successful than anyone else.

By the grace of God, I survived 2013. I am grateful for my 525,949 minutes. I hope that I spent more of those minutes serving God rather than myself.

I am praying God will give me the opportunity to keep everyone updated this coming year. My yearlong break from writing has given me the time to sort and rearrange my ever-changing priorities. This past year I lived by “Let go, let GOD.” In the upcoming weeks, I will be praying on this coming year and how God will lead me and use me.

Until next time,



The More I Seek You

18 Dec

“Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.”

~Psalms 37:4

Photo via: Kalah "This is my lovely purity ring."

Photo via: Kalah
“This is my lovely purity ring.”

Hey Webbies,

I have been so busy these last few months, I felt that I needed to stop writing for a bit and focus on seeking God. Let me tell you, He has done multiple things for me in the last month that have confirmed I needed this break to realign my focus. So without further adieu, I’M BACK!! I expect to write a few more posts about what has been going on these last few weeks/months before good ol’ 2012 comes to an end. I plan to start off this new year with many brilliant and ripe opportunities. So to keep you occupied in the meantime is a video of me singing Kari Jobe’s song “The More I Seek You.”


Until next time,



A Servants Heart, A Sinners Dagger

22 Oct

“Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Grapes are not gathered from thorn bushes, nor figs from thistles, are they? Even so, every good tree bears good fruit; but the bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. So then, you will know them by their fruits” –Matthew 7:15-20

Hey Webbies,

I have always struggled with the thought of “why do bad things happen to good people?”  As a Christian, I know that we must set ourselves apart from this world. By doing this, it is an automatic target on our backs. People from all over will try to challenge you for what you believe in.

There are people in the world that thrive off the fact that there are good people in this world. Sometimes it is not that bad things happen to good people, as it is because we are “good” it affect us more than a non-believer.

What can I do as a Godly woman in my life that will help me grow more in Christ and not fall to the world? Personally, I am constantly editing people in and out of my life. If a certain person is bringing me down, they do not deserve a place in my life. We need to have people in our lives that bring us up and not hold us down. We have to keep our lives in check and constantly prune our lives to get rid of any sinful things that will taint our character.

So my advice today is to be aware of who you let into your life, do they affect you in a positive manner? Will they stop you from doing God’s will? Do you need more good fruits in your life?

Take action.

Until next time,



17 Sep

“Sing to the LORD, for he is highly exalted…” –Exodus 15: 21

Hey Webbies,

After many broken promises to my friends to make a video of myself singing I FINALLY decided to make due on that promise and make a video of myself singing “What do I know of Holy” by Addison Road . Every time I hear this song, it is as if I fall in love with it all over again.

This week is going to be busy; my mother is scheduled to get her leg amputated on Wed. so nerves and emotions are all stirred up around the house. I would appreciate any prayers you could send our way.

I challenge all of my readers this week to worship God in whatever way works for you, whether it be singing, helping others, praying, using your gifts for God and give him his glory he deserves.

Until next time,


Integrity: In the Dark

10 Sep

 “Good loses. Good always loses because good has to play fair. Evil doesn’t” –Henry

Photo via: Accordingtojewels.com

Hey Webbies,

I was watching a show on Netflix and the quote above stuck in my brain. I feel it is true, Good does lose a lot more often than it wins because Good has to play fair. Integrity is what separates Good and Evil.

I hear many non-believing people question: “how can God let bad things happen to good people?”  I think this is a leading example in why. God, being Good has to play by the rules. Be Fair.  What would make God any different from the Devil if he would not play fair?

However, I do not believe this quote is fully accurate. Reality is Darkness is always ahead of the Light, however, Light might look like the loser, because it is always the Darkest right before the Light takes over. 

Who are you in the dark? Are you still the same in the light? Do you possess Integrity; do you have Character?

 I know my blog posts have been lacking content but I feel that sometimes there is nothing to say except a few words, or just a picture.

So if you are feeling defeated just remember the Sun always rises after the darkest of night.

Light up the darkness. Be the Light. Spread the Light.

Until next time,


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