This is the second part in a series of journal entries from and thoughts about my spring break trip to Tijuana, Mexico. It's not that it's loud. It's just never silent. At night, the streets are filled with sirens, dogs howling, and motorcycles revving their engines. During the day, it's constant chatter around the orphanage, music blaring in the … Continue reading Tijuana: Neverending Noises (Journal Entry)
This is the first part in a series of journal entries from and thoughts about my spring break trip to Tijuana, Mexico. I shared it at church, when the seniors ran the service and our housing groups reported on the trip. Upon returning home from Tijuana, I was exhausted and sick, weary from a long … Continue reading Tijuana: A Middle-Class White Girl from America
Since I realized that Donald Trump would step into the Oval Office, I have faced tremendous difficulty in properly explaining my thoughts and my feelings. I have shared articles and photos that share my sentiments. I have spoken out against oppression and in support of minorities as best as I could muster. But I have … Continue reading An Attempt at Organizing my Thoughts on the Election
Why it's important to ask the right questions about the future.