-My city got bombed. The city where I took my first breathe (and hopefully my last) in was brutally attacked. My heart was not prepared. I was broken and hurt, but all of the support and camaraderie in the city helped me cope.
-I applied to an internship in San Diego didn't get in, but was offered another opportunity to serve with them. I am definitely a little bummed about it but God always has a better plan.
-My baby brother graduates in less than 60 days, talk about crazy!
So.... these 5 truths that I have been contemplating for a while. Alexandra, over at A loves J tagged me awhile ago and I have been too much of a loser (and a busy double major college student) to write it, so here I go::
truth one// i am the biggest hoarder you will ever meet. the friendship bracelet that i made 10 YEARS ago at preteen camp is still in a secret drawer in my apartment. my powerpuff girl pillow that i won when i was 7 is still in my house. i cannot seem to throw away anything of mine, and often this poses a problem.
truth two// i hate DAIRY! more than life itself. ice cream is about the only thing i can eat without making myself throw up. a piece of pizza every now and again when the taste masks the flavor of cheese is fine, but more than that i am want to die. i happen to live in an apartment where everyone loves dairy (victoria....)
truth three// my ultimate biggest fear is that i will end up single. i am growing in contentment, jump starting my professional career just in case i have to support myself, but still i get so scared and worked up thinking about the "what ifs". what if i never marry? what if i never have children? what if this body goes to waste?
truth four// i have a hard time loving people. in my ministry, in my family, in my school, literally everyone. working on loving all humans is seriously so hard.
truth five// i want to drop out of school sometimes. like seriously considering it. i just want to travel somewhere and stay there for a few years living life. many times i feel like i started life a little too soon. i am young for my grade and so when i graduate college with a masters i will still be younger than some juniors in college. maybe i just need to get away for a little bit!!