Heart Shine

It’s been a month since I returned home from a year in Thailand. My homecoming was emotional, full of reunions, shocks of cultural differences, and the foreign sensation of stability that only “home” can provide. I spent the first few weeks continuing my adventure by exchanging my 70 liter backpack for my lavender duffel bag, plane tickets for the Greyhound, and a constant companion for traveling solo. My fears of coming home to stagnation were most certainly cured by days filled with traveling, visiting loved ones, celebrating graduations, or the overwhelming task of unpacking. However, I soon began to notice a pattern in my swarm of activities: they were non-stop. Continue reading “Heart Shine”

First day of school and I faced two fears:

1. Gigantic Bugs

2. The squat-a-pot.

Not that intimidating…

First day of school and I faced two fears:

1. Gigantic Bugs

2. The squat-a-pot.

Not that intimidating…

First day of school and I faced two fears:

1. Gigantic Bugs

2. The squat-a-pot.

Not that intimidating…

First day of school and I faced two fears:

  1. Gigantic Bugs
  2. The squat-a-pot.

Not that intimidating…

First day of school and I faced two fears:

  1. Gigantic Bugs
  2. The squat-a-pot.

Not that intimidating…