Let's get real, everyday life fashion is nothing like Vogue. This is a real girl's on-a-budget wardrobe. My style, not Dior's. Unprofessional, but wearable and real.
seventeen, you've been great.
Featuring my best friends. (Sorry?)
"Why aren't you smiling?" "You look better if you smile." "Smile, kiddo." I get it, you want me to smile. It makes the picture look nice. I like smiling. I still smile at strangers, I thank people, I say "you're welcome" at any appropriately given moment. I'm a nice person. I like smiling but sometimes I don't want … Continue reading You Don’t Have To Smile
With graduation approaching, I have had this urge to want to do something crazy with my life. And for a while I have been praying over and looking into missions. There's a few programs I have considered that would take me across the world, I would see extraordinary places, meet incredible people, and experience many cultures. … Continue reading Hometown; an unknown mission field?
The question of the year has been, "Anna, what are you doing after you graduate?" The answer may vary. For so long I have avoided this subject, I wanted something to happen that might detour my route away from college. Then I actually liked the idea of college. Then I got into a stream of … Continue reading “What Are You Doing?”
I was nominated by the lovely Beatrice for the One Lovely Blog Award!! Thank you Beatrice! 🙂 RULES: Each nominee must THANK the person who nominated them and link their blog in the post. They must include the rules and add the blog award badge as an image Must add 7 facts about them. Then … Continue reading One Lovely Blog Award 🙂
Maybe life is made up of experiences, not accomplishments. Je ne sais pas.
I think my first introduction to human trafficking was watching Taken. Sadly, not every girl has a dad that can save her. As much as I am sure many mothers and fathers, sisters, brothers, and friends long to be able to go and rescue their loved ones. They can't. One person solely cannot single-handedly take … Continue reading End It