If you’re in search of an intellectually and academically challenging blog to stimulate your senses in all things scholarly, this is not the place for you. Do not pass GO, do not collect $200—just move along. I won’t hold it against you. If you’re still reading, however, let me clue you in. What you’ve stumbled upon here are the sincerely raw, honest musings of an average, clumsy 24-year old newlywed (me) who, however diverse in interests and passions, has one goal in life that is really rather simple: to live my life and go to heaven when I die. That doesn’t make me any better than anyone else. It doesn’t mean I’m particularly special in any way, unless you count the fact that Someone died because He was in love with me. But that cool thing is…He didn’t just do it for me—He did it for you, too, so I hope your goal in life is the same as mine. If so, I hope you’ll keep reading, because I’m sure we have a lot in common.
As a disclaimer, I should tell you that the whole “clumsy” word I used to describe myself includes not only the problem I seem to have with getting the words just right when I talk or with walking in heels like I do it every day (I don’t at all if I can help it), but also that I’m completely and totally void of all technological competence. In other words, I’m new to this whole blogger deal and so please be patient with me as this blog is definitely under construction as I try to figure this thing out. As soon as I’ve got it under my belt, I promise I’ll be posting a lot, so stay tuned. In the meantime, thanks for browsing!