I came home from Poland almost two weeks ago and survived yet another World Youth Day pilgrimage, although it definitely came with its own set of challenges this time around for me (another story for another time ;).
No matter what, I still wouldn't have changed a moment of the journey.
Wanna get an inside peek?? Check out a video documenting our journey here.
Who's ready for #Panama2019?! Hello malaria pills and boiling water!
Less than a week after coming home from Poland, I moved into my new apartment. I am mostly unpacked and looking forward to making it into a cozy, sweet sanctuary for myself. It is the first time I have ever really lived on my own because I lived with my parents until I had gotten married.
So this is just another step on a new adventure for me:)
I have been really blessed by making some new friends, specifically other Catholic young women who find themselves in a similar situation like me. There is something sacred and powerful when you realize you're not the only one walking a particular path.
My annulment is moving forward and I am really grateful (and surprised!) for the healing process that has been for me too.
I was offered and turned down a job potential where it would have been a good career move + higher salary, but at the end of the day I just didn't have peace about it. I am really excited for another year of youth ministry to kick off in the next few weeks and am excited for what God has in store!
While summer has been full and felt crazy sometimes, it has been good to laugh with friends, relax, read good books, and explore new, funky coffee shops...
Thanks Cris for taking!! :)
Right now I am just trying to stay focused with training for the Detroit Half Marathon in mid-October and finish unpacking/settling in my new place.
Life is in a good place...even if its not where I thought I'd ever be:)