Welcome to my mess! I am so glad you stumbled upon here. Allow me to introduce myself!
If you have not figured it out by now, my name is Faith.
Two words that define me: talkative and over-friendly. (like to the “too-friendly” extent). People and words are two of my favorite things. Getting to know the things that build people and make them unique can make some people uncomfy, but my curiosity gets the best of me. As far as words go, I love to read and write and talk and find meaning in beautiful song lyrics.
I am a sucker for self-discovery and love learning about myself every single day.
Born and raised in the south, I say “y’all” a lot more than I should. Mountains and big cities energize me- I am constantly seeking out experiences that will bring me to these places.
Currently, I am finishing my undergraduate degree in Public Relations at Georgia Southern University. One more semester and then I am out in the real world- crazy stuff!!
The T.J. Maxx clearance aisle, thrifting, and breakfast foods are all things that make me very happy.
Also, I am navigating through my twenties like it’s my day job (or… my actual life, whatever).
But to get serious for a minute, I want you to know my heart.
For a while, I let my struggles with mental health, grief, and heartbreak define who I was as a person. It was not until I accepted grace from my heavenly Father that these struggles melted away from my definement as a person and into experiences that built me.
With that being said, God has placed this elephantine size fervor in my heart to be a testament to high school and college girls. If you do not know what the word “elephantine” means… here is the definition for you:
of, resembling, or characteristic of an elephant or elephants, especially in being large, clumsy, or awkward.
I want to be the person I needed when I was younger. Even with all my largeness, clumsiness, and awkwardness, God has given me this desire to be a listener, encourager, and friend to those who need it most. So here is a safe space to share what God HAS brought me through, what He IS bringing me through, and everything in between.
So check out my messy sanctuary to get confirmation that you are never alone in what you are going through! Also, I want to get to know you. So do not ever feel intimidated to reach out. Let’s get breakfast.