Changing The World

My dad and I were going on a late night Cumberland Farms run when he spoke up, “I was thinking about this earlier, and how you wanted to help change the world. Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart, helped really change the world of so many people down south. I mean think about it, he […]

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Bigger Than Satan

“I feel like that’s why I have a relationship with Him, because I need it. I suck by myself.¬†Like, when I’m by myself and I feel like I have nothing to lean on? Terrible. Terrible person.” -Justin Bieber during his GQ photoshoot There’s a lot of controversy lately over faith. Or maybe it’s always been […]

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My 6 Favorite Signs Of Spring

Smalltown, USA has blessed all of its residents with April showers the past couple of days. But, we’re supposed to be getting flowers, not showers. I think that the months are just a little confused right now. Sorry for my poor humor. My favorite seasons are the inbetween as I like to call them. I […]

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I Don’t Know What I’m Doing¬†

I don’t think I have ever heard the words “Having diabetes is a piece of cake,” come out of a Type 1 Diabetics mouth. Because I can tell you this: diabetes isn’t a walk in the park. Every day is completely different and sometimes there isn’t even a logical reason why. Diabetes is the most […]

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Miracles Are Everywhere

Albert Einstein said, “There are two types of ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if anything is a miracle.” On Sunday my mum and I went to go see the new movie, Miracles From Heaven. On a beautiful day, we decided that it was a […]

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Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

As a little girl I had one dream: I was going to play basketball for Hopkins Academy. I was gonna be one of the girls that fans would come to see. I dreamed of playing for Coach Ciaglo and maybe even scoring 1,000 points, all while wearing a Hopkins Academy jersey. But, then I picked […]

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The Beauty In A (State) School

I love history. I love the way that it doesn’t change and that one person has the power to take a group of people and lead them. History to me is power.  One of my favorite time periods is the Roaring ’20s. I love Gatsby, and I love flapper dresses and the constant dressing up.  […]

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Write About Me

Every week I come to Sunday night and I think to myself, I have another blog post to write and I have no idea what to write about.  So every week I do the same exact thing, I go online and I google “Blog Post Ideas” and every week it results in the same idea, […]

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Open Mind, Open Heart

Scars are cool, like physical scars. I think they’re so cool because no matter how strong something was that tried to break you, you were stronger. I think that that is cool, and I also think that it’s cool how cells can totally repair themselves. But, I think the metaphor behind it is cooler than […]

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Why I Love My Simple Life

Confucius was a man that I probably learned about during some English or History class and just did not pay attention when the teacher was talking. But, he was a man important enough to teach about. Confucius does not play a huge role in my life. He is not what makes my life simple, yet […]

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