Being a Christian is hard. No doubt about it. Being a young Christian in a world that is increasingly becoming more and more secular is very hard. But it’s not impossible & it is worth it, that I can promise. Look, I struggle. All the time. I doubt myself. And believe it or not, I… Continue reading Getting Real: A Few Thoughts & Where I’ve Been
"Why do you wear that bracelet?" "What does it mean to you?" "Are you Sober?" I know what you're probably thinking after reading the title of this post, but it's not what you think. This post is talking about sobriety, but I'm not referring to alcohol sobriety, per se. I will say, my inspiration for… Continue reading Living Sober
Hey y'all! A while back I got to guest post on Ally's blog- so go check it out if you'd like! I shared college tips and my testimony. While you're there, check out her blog, she's super awesome and posts great content! Source: Tips & A Testimony (Guest Post: Cassie)
I'm writing this in a time of great tragedy, stress and fear for many people in the state of Texas. Especially for those from Corpus Christi, Rockport & the Houston Area. Hurricane Harvey has brought forth so much destruction in such a quick time, and people have lost their homes, their things and their lives.… Continue reading Oh Texas, My Texas
I was debating writing this post, but ultimately felt called to because it's quite heartbreaking what's been happening. I'm sure by now you've all heard of the event in Charlottesville, the event that attempted to defend white supremacy & racism. This is not the first time an event like this has occurred, but there have… Continue reading No place for hate
"Where do you go to school?" "The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor." "Ohhhh, Baylor, wow!" "Uh, no, not Baylor." "Sic 'em bears!" "Well actually..." This is a conversation I have pretty much anytime I meet new people or go home. No one has heard of my little school (that I love). Those that have heard of… Continue reading Why I Chose to Attend a Private University
*This post is pretty personal, a reflection on the life changing 2 week mission trip I was blessed to go on this summer. I started writing it the night before I boarded the plane back for America, so I was quite emotional at the time. Hope you enjoy, and I'm sure many of you can… Continue reading 2 weeks is not enough
Hey y'all, Cassie here! It's been a while since I've posted, being that I was across the pond and I promise I have a lot to share with y'all soon, but today I am sharing something quite fun! In order to really get immersed in the blogging world, it's important to share your blog with… Continue reading The Liebster Blogging Award.
After 10 years, I can't believe the day has finally come, but it is here. The day I "retire" as a dancer. Officially, anyway. As some of you may know, I've had quite few injuries throughout the years from dancing & I have also been battling a pretty intense chronic illness over the past few… Continue reading The End of an Era
Kristen said it SO well, I agree!
Recently I’ve been writing letters to the man in my (distant) future, but this one goes out to the guys of my past.
You’ll probably never read this. And even if you did, you might not even know it’s about you. You might not even know that I liked you… or that you’re “one of the guys it didn’t work out with”. Maybe you do know. Maybe you hurt me, or maybe I hurt you.
It’s okay though, I’m not here to dread up the past, point fingers, or lay any blame.
That’s right. I want to thank you, the guys that were wrong for me.
It wasn’t you. It wasn’t me. It just wasn’t meant to be.
And for that, I’m thankful.
So thank you, for not being the right guy for me. I might have thought you were right at the time, but it took stepping away…
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