Hello, friends! I’ve been away from blogging for a while, but have decided to make an effort to document more of life, even if it’s just short little tidbits. Lately, I’ve been God calling me to create a simple life. While I’m not sure exactly what all that entails yet, I got started with my physical… Continue reading Moving My Soles Along
MS1 (noun): a student in the first year of medical school, usually equipped with a Macbook, purple scrubs, and a distinct formaldehyde smell. See also: confused, tired, doe-eyed. Something I was always curious about before starting med school was what day-to-day life looked like. While every day is different, this sampling gives an idea of… Continue reading A Monday in the Life of an MS1
We’ve had a good 22 years together thus far, but I haven’t always been kind to you. Too tall. Too pale. Too soft. Always too something. But not anymore. I no longer look in the mirror with hatred in my heart. This alone is evidence of how God has changed my heart over the last few years.… Continue reading A Love Letter to My Body
Ok, so lots of life has happened since I ran a marathon. (But OMG I RAN A MARATHON!). Rather than try to backtrack and cover all those exciting events (there were many), I think the best thing to do is start at the most recent and then keep moving forward. The biggest thing lately? I graduated… Continue reading Becoming an alum
I can’t believe it’s already been more than a week since I ran my first marathon! When I decided that I wanted to run a marathon before I graduated from college, The Louisiana Marathon pretty much won in a landslide. No travel, no hotel, no lottery entry, and the course ran through my beloved training… Continue reading I ran a marathon!