Sunday, June 20, 2010

Late night Blogging!

Its one AM, and I'm feeling inspired.

A couple of weeks ago marked my 5 year blogging anniversary. 5 years. I've been typing/ recording/ thinking/ babbling/ blundering... for FIVE years.

During that time I underwent so many changes, made so many mistakes, cracked so many jokes, made so many friends.... lost those friends. Shed some tears. Graduated college. Had a baby. Got married. Made a life. Became an SPP mom. Moved away.

And here I sit. Wondering where I'll be in another 5 years. I went from 19 to 24 [i'll be 25 next month] in 5 more years I'll be 30. Will I still be here? On

Nicknames, like the Infamous that I got as a kid, will they still make sense then? They barely make sense now. Will I change it? Or hold on for "old time's sake?"

Will I still call myself a writer?

Will I still be reading? Following? Commenting?

5 years.

If you'd have talked to me 5 years ago, I would have never thought I'd be a mother, not to mention a wife and a North Carolina resident!

It just goes to show you that the plans God has for us is beyond the scope of our imaginations. It is so much bigger than the plans we have for ourselves. Even the humblest of lives are grander than the trivial expectations of man.

But I do want more, world. I want more education. I want more faith. I want more words. Give them to me; Or let me take them. I am not done. I have yet to reach the pinnacle of my life.

Joshua 14:12 "Now therefore GIVE ME THIS MOUNTAIN..."


  1. You amaze me with your creativity and maturity at your young age! I can just imagine what you'll have done by the time your my ripe age of 41 :)

  2. Please please please keep writing! I enjoy your blog :)

  3. Aw guys... y'all are too sweet! Thanks for the recognition!


    You think that blogger friends like you and I will be like Percy B. Shelley and Mary Shelley, Keats, and Byron? Writers who inspire each other... challenge each other. Romantic poets of the 21 century?


    Thanks for reading my blog! For so long I wrote without a single soul reading it. lol

    its just not the same when you're your only audience.

    And the number of ppl who actually comment are even fewer than the readers. So double thanks are needed for your courage to write back.



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