Blerg: (bl-er-g); interj. – an exclamation of frustration

Blerg. Thank you, Tina Fey for inventing this word – For it, I will always love you. It is highly unlikely for me to admit to feeling down in the dumps. Unless you’re my sister or a close friend, your perception of me is probably (hopefully!) a pleasant one. Don’t get me wrong, I am […]

The Peace in Insanity

You know how they say that hindsight is always 20/20? They’re right. I could easily name one or two things that I have said or done in the last few years (heck, the last few days!) that I should have said or done differently. I should have been more graceful when breaking up with him. I should have […]

Locked Doors

Last night I had plans to attend a new worship service in Gilbert. I had been aching to meet new people and build a support system of friends since I moved here and I was really looking forward to the night. Worship + Jesus + adults my own age = an excited Kelsey! I anxiously […]

Joy Comes in the Morning

Every morning I wake up, I swim and I head to Starbucks. The combination of my iced coffee and their free internet makes a perfect start to my day. It’s nice to walk into my local coffee haven and feel a sense of community as I have long established relationships with my Baristas – Susan […]

The Ways of our Father

I have an interview this afternoon at Anthropologie. Usually, I would end that last sentence with an ever-perpetual exclamation point, but as the morning turns and as my mind is consumed with  the thoughts of my day, I can’t help but feel the weight of discouragement, failure and sadness. My early and unwanted exit from […]