Greetings, all! This past week my team and I were serving for four days in Tennessee at Union University!
Hey there! I have for you today a throwback to a post I wrote back at the end of Summer. I never posted it due to busyness and losing track of time. However! Now I am pulling it out of storage, dusting it off and presenting it to you, for your enjoyment!
Hello my dear viewers! Thank you for all your patience in Quaintrelle’s blogging break. A lot happened in those few weeks! It’s all another story for another time, but most importantly: we started a new travel season! A few major details were changed though, and we are prepared for the rollercoaster that is being itinerary missionaries! Continue reading “Travel Season 2017-2018”
The word “modesty” has a different definition with each person you ask. For some it means that you cover your entire body. For others it means not wearing clothes shorter than your knee or fingertips, and wearing tops that do not cut low. There is nothing inherently wrong with either standard of dressing. The definition of “modesty”, according to Merriam-Webster dictionary, is “propriety in dress, speech or conduct”. (Propriety means the quality or state of being proper or suitable.) However, modesty’s true definition is found in and defined by Continue reading “Choosing Modesty: Just Part of a Bigger Picture”
Greetings, viewers! I trust you had a fantastic Independence day, and are faring well in the Lord’s protection today.
I wrote a personal narrative for a creative writing course I took as a sophomore in high school, and I really enjoyed it. Therefore, I thought I would practice a bit on that skill via Quaintrelle! A personal narrative is a story written from the author’s perspective on a real event. It shows their deep thoughts and feelings. Thus, today I have for you Quaintrelle’s first P.N. on an occurrence at my house this weekend! It is unique enough, I assure you. Continue reading “A Duck and A Lesson – A Personal Narrative”