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!
One of my favorite times of the year has come around… Autumn! It means chunky scarves, warm PSL’s, fuzzy socks and fireside evenings. *sigh* bliss!
It also means that my birthday has drawn near! Woohoo! Continue reading “My Seventeenth Birthday!”
“Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes
Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes
Silver-white winters that melt into springs
These are a few of my favorite things”
–Sound of Music, “My Favorite Things” by Richard Rodgers
I thought I would give my readers an opportunity to learn a bit more about me by giving them a list of things I love. I might do a list of things I despise one day, but not today. Some of these are avid obsessions, and others are appreciations and expressions of gratefulness. Maybe we have some things in common! Read on to find out, hope you enjoy!
Greetings to all of my wonderful viewers! I hope today finds you well. 🙂
Today’s post is something new I am starting – I bet you cannot guess what it is about… (hint hint, read the post title; LOL.)
Today introduces the beginning Random Life Updates! Days when I need something random and interesting to lighten things up, I’ll throw in a short post about anything funny, strange, or interesting about my family life up to date. There is no schedule to them, and no format to go by. It is simply a collaboration of anything life throws at my crazy family and our mission-field work! Hope you enjoy it! 😉
My newest adventure with the cousins (see “New Adventures Await” for more details) was a day in downtown Charleston, SC. I had never been there, so we traveled and visited the beautiful town for a day! Read more for fun stories and pictures! Continue reading “Day in Downtown Charleston!”
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”