Friday, September 4, 2015

Blog-Tember | Day 4

You know the Greeks didn't write obituaries. They only asked one question after a man died: "Did he have passion?".

I’m sure most of you have either heard this quote or seen this romantic comedy Serendipity, with John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale.

Spoiler alert: the Greeks did write obituaries but I do love this quote. Quite honestly I wish when you met someone for the first time, this was the question rather than “what do you do?”

I had a really hard time narrowing down my passions so I am just going to go with a few. If you want to read more about my “favorites” hop on over to this post.

Here are a few of my passions:

My friends and family are so important to me. And my husband, Scott is my best friend. I am still stunned that I get to spend my life with him. I am so blecky. (lucky+blessed)

I love being creative! I enjoy stationary and water-color pencils and journaling. My husband and I made candles last year and it was really fun to be creative together.

I love exploring new places, spaces and cultures. If I can’t swing a plane ticket to travel, I can visit a new coffee shop. I love exploring new blogs and books!

I love love reading! I dream of having my own library someday.

Faith and Spirituality
I believe I am created in God’s image and so I treat my body, soul, and mind with kindness and love. I am grateful Love wins.

Helping others heal and see that they are loved and enough.
This is why I went into the profession I did. Therapy has made such a difference in my life and I hope it does the same for my clients. But it’s not just my clients, I want my friends and readers and fellow bloggers to know their intrinsic and stunning worth. We belong together! We are so loved. 


  1. Nice passions! Love your pictures.

  2. Hi! I love that passions you shared! All are wonderful and your pictures are beautiful! :) Have a great weekend!

  3. Such awesome things to be passionate about :) I am also passionate about my husband, family, exploring, and the Lord!! I look forward to following along with the rest of the posts through blogtember!