Parked in the woods on a gravel road miles from DePauw. Miles from where I should be. Miles from my home. But here I sit stand rather. Here I stand ready to take my step. Ready to take the step. The step where I will not return. Pine Bluff. 1915.





One day I just woke up and realized that I can’t touch yesterday. So why the heck was I letting it touch me?
Steve Maraboli (via versteur)

(via 20--something)


This makes me miss Italy even more.

This makes me miss Italy even more.

(via 20--something)


Returning home after any trip is refreshing and much needed but this time I wasn’t returning to a place that was my home but instead I returned to a place that will be my home. Flying back from Italy - a 21 hour travel day with no sleep - was exhausting and also nerve racking. Now I am all moved in and starting a new job and living in a new city at least for a little while anyways. It’s time to do what I did in aspen and embrace the change and uncertainty. Adjust, work hard and play a lot.

Returning home after any trip is refreshing and much needed but this time I wasn’t returning to a place that was my home but instead I returned to a place that will be my home. Flying back from Italy - a 21 hour travel day with no sleep - was exhausting and also nerve racking. Now I am all moved in and starting a new job and living in a new city at least for a little while anyways. It’s time to do what I did in aspen and embrace the change and uncertainty. Adjust, work hard and play a lot.

(via scprep)


Faith to hold on to

And just when you’re not looking and you’re far away from your home you turn around and meet someone that can change your life. 


There comes moment where everything goes wrong and you don’t want to live. That’s where I am right now. Maybe it is because I’m fighting a terminal illness and physically and mentally am exhausted. Too many surgeries and doctor visits. I just can’t do it anymore and I just hope I can get out of bed in the morning.

There comes moment where everything goes wrong and you don’t want to live. That’s where I am right now. Maybe it is because I’m fighting a terminal illness and physically and mentally am exhausted. Too many surgeries and doctor visits. I just can’t do it anymore and I just hope I can get out of bed in the morning.