I have been thinking about stories a lot lately. (By a lot I mean even more than usual because I have had stories on the brain for as long as I can remember.) Specifically, I have been thinking about the importance of stories, and just as significant, our tendency to forget them. An 18-year-old boy … Continue reading The Importance of Stories and the Dangers of Forgetting
My brother, Noah, was born a month and a half after I turned one, so I literally cannot remember a time when I wasn't a big sister. Isaiah was born a year and a half after that, so by age three the title "big sister" was very much ingrained into my identity. This, combined with … Continue reading Big Sister 101: Embracing the Role
In the passed two years I have become increasingly aware that adulthood is something that you grow into very slowly. It's a process. And often it doesn't feel like you're getting anywhere. I see posts from my peers all over social media sites making jokes about how bad they are "at adulthood". "Eating ice … Continue reading Ready or Not, Here I Come!