Welcome friend! So glad you’re here!

Thank you for taking the time to come read little bits of me.

God’s incredible and I think it’s easy to forget to praise Him for the highs & lows.

I hope to share some thoughts, stories, and how God’s working in and through my own life, as a testament of His faithfulness.

Grab a hot cup of something sweet, socks, or maybe even a cozy blanket as we dive in together!

s p a c e s.

My hands timidly hover over the keys. Dusting off the cobwebs that grew over the past year as the Father bound up and redeemed. Oh how He is gracious, faithful & just. Returning to this platform to share of how He moves in the unseen and seen. Telling of the ways He grows and strengthens. And more than anything – the sweetness that comes from His presence. – I think that’s why wildflowers mean so […]


“Pursue me in the drylands.” is what I’ve heard God whisper over my soul this week. It’s been full of weariness. Unease sets in with new vaccines and a new President in office. My heart has been weary of the future; of my mine, Our Nation’s and of my loved ones. I haven’t turned towards Him when I should have, sitting in the drylands of this week, throwing a fit for myself instead of seeking […]

filled up & full.

Thanking Jesus as I wrap up fall semester of my Junior Year. Crazy to think I’ll be graduating in 2 years, December 2022, with TWO majors!!!! Can I get a hallelujah?! As I stirred homemade soup in a big bowl on the stovetop, I started thinking back on this past semester. Filled to the brim, full of such vital ingredients and moments, that without the others, would make for it being bland. From moving into […]

lonesome & a wreck.

Since getting back from Florida, at the Mayo Clinic for Jon, then seeing my extended family for Thanksgiving, life has been a blurry painting of busyness and longing. With school coming to a close, my heart aches for the past, wishing to travel back in time, when hugging loved ones was not seen as a risk. This time last year, my older brother, Kelvyn, was involved in a multiple rollover car accident. I remember where […]


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