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Believe

Last year I volunteered to help at an event during the annual Sundance Film Festival that takes place in Park City, Utah. The reason I was helping was because, at the time, I was friends with the person who asked me to. I had already worked a long day at my job during the film…

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It’s Just a Phase

If you know me, you know something that I love is the moon. It always fascinated me as a child; I remember staring at it out the car window or my bedroom window, watching the phases grow larger and then smaller. And it’s the phases of the moon that have particularly become most relevant to…

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Rwanda Part 2: Lake Kivu, Kibuye, & Kigali

(Read Rwanda Part 1 here to catch up!) June 15 Lake Kivu in Kibuye – The Cormoran Lodge Waking up under the large mosquito net on our king size bed that Heather and I shared, I rolled over and could see the sun poking through the closed curtains from our balcony. I got up and…

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Rwanda Part 1: Kigali, Butare, Nyungwe Forest

Looking back on our incredible trip to Rwanda, it sometimes feels like a dream that we even went and experienced what we did! My heart is so full and grateful for what we saw there – and I am forever changed because of it too. Not to sound too cheesy, but this was a place…

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The letter

This was an important letter. Maybe one of the most important letters I’ve ever sent, or will ever.
This was a letter of true and genuine forgiveness…

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Suffer In Silence

I’ve always hated crying. I think mostly, it’s because I don’t like feeling emotionally vulnerable. I have always liked to be the strong, tough girl. It started back when I was 12, when my mom was first diagnosed with terminal cancer. At such a young age I was dealing with an incredible amount of sadness,…

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