It’s Community Service Day at @ccu1924 and one of the ways we are serving is through writing letters of encouragement to strangers as an attempt to bless people through the art of letter writing. #CCUServe @moreloveletters @hannahbrencher


Tonight I filled the last page of the second journal I have ever actually completed. My heart legitimately started racing as I began to write the last page. I felt like I was losing one friend, old and familiar, and gaining another one that would prove to be just as faithful a companion as the first two. Documenting my days in those pages felt so insignificant as I did it, but having them to look back on is such blatant evidence of God’s providence and His overwhelming love for me. Each one represents a different season of my life and I cannot wait to see the events that will be recorded in that beauty there on top.


I’m thankful for all the different ways I can eat potatoes

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"Basically the band is like this, Matt’s the dad. Scott’s the long-suffering wife. I’m the black-sheep uncle. Aaron and Bryce are the twin daughters who like to control their parents.”

Happy Birthday Aaron and Bryce Dessner (April 23, 1976)

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"Having a soft heart in a cruel world is courage, not weakness." @katherineehere // These words have been echoing in my mind and giving me some solace lately. I often feel like I’m too tender-hearted for my own good, but sometimes I am reminded that sensitivity is a beautiful thing. It’s a gift, not a burden.

Impatience is the thief of success.

Rebekah L. Pierce (via motiveweight)

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There are years that ask questions and years that answer.

Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God (via observando)

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