Monthly Archives: March 2014

Intentionally being Intentional

“Actions speak louder than words.” We’ve all heard it, we’ve all probably used it in an argument (assuming of course, you love confrontation as much as myself), we’ve all adjusting our lives where ever we saw fit because of it. … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Tatterhood :
I’m not even entirely sure how these sorts of things happen, but on my way to Bruges, Belgium via train, I sat down next to a man and somehow became involved in a philosophical discussion on…

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I can’t make you unpack your suitcase.

Originally posted on hannah brencher.:
When I unzipped the belly of the little red suitcase the book was sitting there. It was sitting right on top. It was waiting for me. Two years ago, I used to think that if…

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A “bloggable” life

A Saturday afternoon with two of my favorite gal pals on this Earth. It’s occurred to me that despite thinking my life might be pretty boring, reviewing (and editing with this awesome app… VSCOcam. Try it) a few photos can … Continue reading

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Full Circle

After playing sports for 18 years, Laura and I decided it was time to give coaching a shot. Many hours of thrown-together practices and hyper 8 year old giggles, we’ve completely finished our season. These girls gave me more smiles … Continue reading

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A Rookie to Corporate America

Today it dawned on me. I know nothing about being a professional in today’s workforce. I have been employed for nearly 8 months now (thank the Good Lord) and I still am amazed at the modern day workforce and both … Continue reading

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