Word Vomit

Disclaimer: This word vomit is not coherent and does not follow a pattern. I just needed to write it somewhere.

This semester has been a crazy one:

New friends.
Spring Break.
Missionary sister.

I have a hard time putting my emotions about this semester into words, but I will look back on Spring 2013 as a life changing, growing and fantastic time. Running for SUUSA with the IMPACT party was one of the most incredible things I've ever done. I loved being able to speak to each and every student that passed by, and I spent so much time with some truly amazing people. I could not have selected better people to run with, and I'm really sad for those who didn't win.

After all the stress of this semester, I was thrilled for a relaxing spring break on the beach with some of my closest friends. I am so fortunate to be able to do things like spend a week in CA. Part way through the trip, I flew to Phoenix to see my sister, Lexi, off on her LDS mission. I am so proud of her and so glad I went. I am so excited to hear of her adventures because her love and enthusiasm for the gospel of Jesus Christ is unmatched.

I find myself very reflective and mindful of things I would do differently if given the chance. If I have the chance to do something differently in an aspect of my life, I should do it. Right? Carpe Diem? Making decisions regarding emotions has never been an easy task for this girl, but it's necessary at some times. I am fearful for what the future holds whether I can act on my instinct or not.


Miss Jones



In response to my post titled "Vulnerable," being vulnerable sucks. 

Okay, that's all.


Miss Jones


Blogs are supposed to be therapeutic, right? Well, after one of the worst weeks ever, I could use some therapy, but I'm trying to spare my wallet and avoid retail. So, here we are.

Don't expect this post to get mopey because I fully intend on staying positive. As the week continued on (slowly, I might add), I came to realize just how loved I am. From the supportive/worried friends to the concerned and loving parents, I feel so blessed to have so many people rooting for me in all aspects of my life. 

So, thanks for the Oreos, smiles, prayers, words of encouragement, faith and patience. I love you, my friends and family. I am definitely learning what it means to keep a prayer of gratitude in your heart. I wouldn't be smiling today if it wasn't for what you did yesterday.

I WILL pull through. No doubt about it. 

In the meantime, here are some instas that have helped me:

This proves to be one of my biggest struggles in life.

You have no idea how grateful I am for this. Fewf.

This is so factual. It's not even funny. I was doing SO well. 

It appears as though there will be some changes occurring in my life, and I can't wait to share them with you, but the time is not yet right.

Anyway, I hope you had a wonderful week.


Miss Jones