Source: Soul. Hey, all! Recently, I saw Disney/Pixar's newest film, Soul, and I thought I'd take a shot at spilling a couple thoughts about a certain aspect of it. If you haven't seen Soul, just a heads up that this review does contain minor spoilers (by means of an indirect mention...you'll see what I mean). … Continue reading Review + thoughts | Soul
Source. This post is short, as I have little to say, but I wish to say it all the same. Christmas seems to hold more meaning for me with each passing year. More traditions are founded and looked forward to. More memories are made and laughed over, most eventually lost to the folds of time. … Continue reading God bless us, every one
Now, disclaimer: this list changes a lot. xD But I thought I'd do one of these OTP posts every once in a while, as shipping is kind of a big part of what kind of fangirl I am, and...I dunno, it sounded fun. 😛 Ten years later, I can look back on this post and … Continue reading My top eight OTPs
Fleck Blackstar wades back towards the burning fleet. S. D. Smith's books are always full of memorable lines and quotable truths. But in the middle of The Black Star of Kingston, which I reread recently, I came across a line in particular that I had to really think about to understand its meaning. Here it … Continue reading Fleck Blackstar: The Black Star of Kingston
Nichole Nordeman's music has been in my life since before I can remember. My dad has been a huge fan of her music for a long time, and rightly so. If you're not familiar with the deep poetic wisdom of Nordeman's breathtaking, tear-jerking, and jaw-dropping songs, you need to go check her out right now. … Continue reading What if it’s love?
—If you must attack, then attack the argument, not the person. Like a muddied spring or a polluted fountain is a righteous man who gives way before the wicked.Proverbs 25:26 —When you judge, you are placing yourself in a place of higher authority than the One who made you. Judgment is reserved for God and … Continue reading Reminders for an age where everyone has a voice