What I’ve Learned From Marriage in Two and a Half Months


Okay so, I’ve been married for two and a half months (in case you some how missed that in the title) and I have gained some wisdom.

Very little wisdom. Like, one measly grain of wisdom, but still…some wisdom. And I feel like I should share this minuscule amount of wisdom with other young, newly married couples out there. And for the first time ever, I’m going to share a few pictures of myself and Jeff.  Continue reading “What I’ve Learned From Marriage in Two and a Half Months”

Adobe Indesign – I Hate You. (Not Really, But Kind Of)

I’ve realized it doesn’t take much to make me feel overwhelmed.

Apparently, ten minutes using a complicated computer program is enough to make me burst into tears. That is (kind of) pathetic. But that’s okay. Because I know I am (kind of) pathetic a lot of the time.

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Blogging Is Hard

I haven’t made a real post in over a week, and that makes me sad. But just so you know, I’ve been on WordPress every day. I’ve opened the “new post” page, and stared at my curser blinking back at me for a few minutes before giving up every single time and quitting.

Because blogging is hard. Finding motivation for new blog posts is hard. A few weeks ago, man, I had some really great ideas! Some of my most popular posts I wrote within days of each other! So when writer’s block hit – and it hit hard – I became really discouraged. I still don’t have ANYTHING to write about today, but I figured I should write something. Anything. Even if it was just to say that I, unfortunately, have nothing to say.

Learning Patience at the Honda Dealership

I am very impatient. There. I said it. I can admit it. I hate waiting. I hate waiting for things – like waiting to bring home my new car. Like waiting to see my final mark in a course. Like waiting to see a good friend who moved hours away. I hate it. I hate waiting during things too. Like waiting in my classroom for my final exam to start. Like waiting in line at a busy McDonalds. Like waiting to get a car key replaced (that I lost) at a Honda Dealership. Yeah. I hate it.  Continue reading “Learning Patience at the Honda Dealership”

Bumps in the Road

I drew another comic today! On crappy Macrosoft Paint! (Hah…MACrosoft…get it! …Neither do I. There’s really not even a joke there. I just used my Mac again.)

You ever feel like some things in life are SO difficult for you, but easy for others? Little challenges that seem so easy to overcome, yet for some reason, they never are? Well…I feel that way all the time. And I drew it.


How My Days Have Been Going Lately


Yeah, this pretty much says it all. I drew you guys another lovely picture – this time not on Microsoft Paint but instead some strange paint program I downloaded from the App Store! (I’m using my Mac tonight, usually I draw using a tablet on my Windows computer). Anyway, I hope you enjoyed it. Maybe you can relate to it. My anxiety and fears and depression and worries are all catching up to me and I don’t feel like doing anything lately.

But I know this will pass. Eventually, this will pass.


The past few days, I feel as though I have given up the fight. It happens every once and a while. I just stop fighting the anxiety. I let it completely take over. I start wallowing in self-pity, self-loathing and dirty clothes (because I can’t be bothered to clean my room). It happens for different reasons every time. This time, it was because I convinced myself I had “postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome“…yeah… Continue reading “Fight”

Matthew 6:25-27

“Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes? Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them.Are you not much more valuable than they? Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life?” 

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