my hip dysplasia story

Yesterday was my two year hipiversary, AKA its been two years since I had reconstruction surgery on my right hip, a procedure called a periacetabular osteotomy (PAO). The surgery fixed deformities in my hip that I was born with that caused severe, chronic pain. The surgeon performed a scope first (a seperate procedure) to fix […]

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his peace is the same

Hello! Welcome to the newly renovated blog! No more ads, a new look and hopefully more space for me to be more active and intentional this year. I miss this space! Speaking of this year… 2018. There are a lot of words in the english language, but even they are not enough to describe what this […]

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hugs

Hi everyone! I hope you got a vibe of wisdom and maturity from that. I am, after all, a college kid now. I’m entering the best four (well, three – go college credit plus 🙂 ) years of my life. Its insane to think that I started this blog as a sophomore in high school, […]

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vast

I’m sitting on a balcony, overlooking the vastness that we’ve named “ocean.” The waves are a little small this morning, like they’re not quite awake yet. Or maybe they don’t think we’re awake enough to really appreciate what it is they do. There are silhouettes running next to the vast, trusting it to stay where […]

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living & learning

What a year it has been. With the end of 2017 comes the end of my 17th year. This month I’ll be turning 18, and this year I’ll be graduating high school and starting college! Let’s leave that stress to the future and to God. Looking back at 2017, He has never been more present […]

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