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Hurricane Harvey – Photos that make it more real

The above photograph was shared by JC Spencer to USA Today. The man on the jet ski works for Chick-Fil-A and drove around to flooded houses to help people evacuate. Mr. Spencer caught the photo from his staircase. It shows the water level in their house and gives an uncommon sense of peace within the chaos. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/09/02/chick-fil-a-worker-coordinates-hurricane-harvey-flooding-rescue/628269001/ The above photo was shared to my Facebook timeline from a friend. The poor little dog just looks lost and cold with all […]

Final year struggles, and the final finals dread…

If you’ve ever heard the term “Senioritis,” then you know exactly where I’m at right now.

Training, Working, Learning, and Having a Great Time Doing it!

Work and Fun in the same post? IMPOSSIBLE! But it isn’t impossible, and I’m happy to say that many people accomplish this seemingly unreachable goal every day! Many of you have followed me on my adventures and know that most of what I do is close enough to home that it probably wouldn’t actually be considered as an adventure. This time, I’m taking you 677 miles away from my house. I started off flying to an airport in North Carolina. […]

Anchor’s Aweigh!

Here We Go! The time has come my lovelies, for me to set out on this journey. I’m so honored and blessed to have the support system that I do, and thanks to this hotel’s business center I can send one final update on this countdown. I sit here and realize how little time has actually passed since this journey began and how big of a change it has made in my life. I know that I’ll only be gone […]

Another Day, Another Adventure

Moving Out – Moving Up Hello my lovely followers! Today was another milestone for me. I officially moved out of my apartment. My belongings are stored safely away and for the next couple weeks I will be living out of two suitcases at my parents’ houses. Every day I am inching closer and closer to my weight goal and to the time I am required to meet to run a mile and a half. I’ll be done with my part-time […]

What Students Really Need to Hear

Good thoughts, I’m glad I had some amazing teachers like this guy who were willing to go the extra mile.