Underachievement in February

March 3, 2018

I'm sitting in the coffee shop I worked in as a barista my sophomore through senior year of college at Texas Tech. I love this place, J&B Coffee, but there's way too many people in here. I should have just stayed in Lubbock and bought this place apparently. When I worked here there were not this many people which led to many days just standing behind the counter, drinking this same chai I have in my hand now (far superior to starbucks) thinking about what I was going to do with my life. And now 13-ish years later I'm sitting here writing about all the things I'm not going to do. 

Underachievement in January

January 31, 2018

Underachieving is harder than you'd think. There are so many choices in one day and in many of them you can ask yourself, "why am I choosing this over that?" Is it because I'm being an achiever? Am I choosing this to be an underachiever... and does that mean I'm overachieving at underachieving?!?! So January is just for figuring it out.

That About Sums it Up.

December 31, 2017

This post is dedicated to my Aunt Helen who always asks for more blog posts! 

First Pretty Portugal Pictures:


July 10, 2017

Have you ever found yourself completely tuned out until a friend or preacher starts telling a personal story? Its not just me. I watch people who are actually paying attention straighten up and pay closer attention. We crave stories. Even people who annoy me to pieces, I want to hear stories about their lives.

Margret and HA Rey

Bad Word Sundays and Crockpot Provision

June 19, 2017

If I'm going to say a bad word, its probably on a Sunday morning. It never ceases to amaze me the absolute CLUSTER of trying to get ready for church with two little kids. Sure we wake up in plenty of time, so in the spirit of "rest" I leisurely make coffee just before the kids wake up (just minutes before don't be impressed) and wake them with an excited "are you ready to make new friends at church today!?" or to Perry, "Good morning sugar baby!"
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