When I first moved down to the south, I was absolutely terrified to be leaving my hometown. Coincidentally, it was the same town where I exhausted the subject of “I never want to live here when I am older.” I was in disbelief with my thoughts and they became a reality. I was in the south, unaware of the atmosphere and the people.

I actively searched for various churches and fell in love with the appearance of this church. I hesitated at first due to the size of the church, but then realized I should go anyway. Thanks to my resistance of so called “fear” this is how I met my best friend.

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my dear

Good evening! There are moments I am so grateful for amazing people in my life. Especially those I can talk to whenever I am able to. These amazing people in my life deserves to be applauded and they deserve many warm, long and tight hugs. 🙂

-Photo with some of my family-

I’m going to share this little note which I wrote almost a year ago.

[Written on 4.21.2015]
When you are with me…
Holding me tight during times of trouble.
That’s when I knew you are home to me.



Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂

First of all, here are a few Bible verses to exclaim how richly blessed I truly am…

Enter his gates with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise! Give thanks to him; bless his name! For the Lord is good; his steadfast love endures forever, and his faithfulness to all generations. |Psalm 100:4-5|

Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving; let us make a joyful noise to him with songs of praise!
|Psalm 52:2|

Praise the Lord! Oh give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever!
|Psalm 106:1|

I’m also thankful for being able to go to church and praise the Lord’s glorious name, my amazing family, dearest friends, a roof over my head, food on my plate, a job where I use my gifts to help those who have autism and other developmental delays, a car that works, technology/social media where I can stay in touch to those who live miles away, and so many other things I cannot think of right now.

Oh, how blessed I am! God is so good.

“Come Ye thankful people come!”



[Owing thanks, or having a duty to someone in return for help or a service.]
Happy Tuesday! November is an obvious month filled with gratitude and a popular holiday celebrating “Thanksgiving” and I decided to use Tuesdays for being “thankful” for the people I deeply care and love. 🙂
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“Our creator is in our midst. He will gladly rejoice, and mightily sing while he exults over you with his quiet spirit with love.” [Zephaniah 3:17 | Paraphrased]
Happy Thursday! Today I am thankful that God is so near, He loves us with such intensity and calls us worthy. I am also thankful for talents God has given us. Those talents which gives us the ability to share our faith, and within the gifts we share they do bring pain, the joys, the laughter, the warmth, and happiness.
I couldn’t ask for anything better than to rejoice and slow dance to a comforting melody which never leaves my ears and tugs my heart with a reveling affect.

Letter One

Here it is! One of the five letters. I generally put the dates in bold and in brackets. Due to my own “dignity” of sorts, I’d like to keep that private.

I wrote this poem a while ago. At the time I was so upset that my “feelings” were still lingering inside me after that period of time, and I was even more frustrated because emotions are beautiful yet hard because your mind becomes blindsided and not realistic. I was also frustrated because feelings can become familiar, familiarity comes along with having comfort and having a state of being comfortable (without any good intention) is not healthy. Years have passed and I realize we all learn through past experiences and I am thankful that I am more aware of God’s desires than my own desires. I am aware of learning to be humble in everything I do. I hope. Continue reading “Letter One”