My life changed dramatically on February 10, 2014, when my dad died suddenly and unexpectedly. While normally light hearted, this blog has become a place to process everyday life with a giant hole in my heart. My first step toward that is called What Grief Feels Like.
I believe Jesus Christ is the hope of the world.
I want to make a difference.
I wanted to be President of the United States when I was 10.
I’ve traveled to more countries than states and I’m quickly filling up my second passport, thanks to the fact that I have the best job in the world.
This blog follows my life in Orlando, Florida. Just in case I’m ever President, I can quote The West Wing like it’s a nursery rhyme, completed a graduate degree and subsequently a mid-life crisis before I turned 25, and harbor a secret crush on Matt Lauer.
You can expect to find posts about one to two times a week covering my interests in reading, running, dancing, faith, travel, single-girl home ownership, and first time dog owner to a (blind) poodle. To make sure you don’t miss anything, sign up to receive each post by email.
Some of my Top Posts Include:
- The Flying Cuddler
- Getting a Brazil Visa or How to Poke Your Eye Out with a Churro
- The Power of 12
- What Grief Feels Like
- For My Dad
- Leadership Lessons from the Yellow Brick Road
- The Daily Casey