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Isolation Thoughts

I was very lucky to be able to be home schooled from the time that I would normally have started school until I started going to BYU. It was a great experience for me, because I had the chance to learn at my own speed and adjust my curriculum or learning method whenever necessary. I […]

Rapid Goodbyes

Last Thursday everything changed. Okay, maybe that’s a little bit dramatic, but it’s also kind of true. I had just finished competing in a dance competition with my brother as a part of our Latin ballroom dance class. I was already aware of COVID-19, and some of the threats it posed to society. I had […]

Let us Just Love One Another

Last month, BYU removed the clause on “homosexual behavior” from their honor code. Students, LGBT+ and not, celebrated. Gay students were finally allowed to be themselves and love who they wanted to without fear of repercussions. Many students were wary at first, but when students went straight to the source and asked the Honor Code […]

The Beauty in the Mundane

One of my favorite quotes is Mediocre People do exceptional things all the time What to Do by OK Go I love it so much, I’ve had it on my wall for years. It might seem like a little bit of a sad song lyric. And maybe it is, but I love it, because I […]

A Haiku

Smell of petrichor Pressures in the air Hospitality

Memories

A semi-random collection of childhood memories I remember from the time I was only four or five years old, my dad would sing to me before I went to sleep. He’d sing the LDS primary song, “I Know My Heavenly Father Loves Me,” or as I liked to call it, “Rushes By”. I loved it […]

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