@kash1558 says living right next to Dye Preserve has triggered her interest in the sport. Dye Preserve is a gorgeous course, and just being out in the fresh air makes her feel good. It's also a huge stress reliever for her. She's going to school to be a nurse and just going out to the hitting range after a long day of studying takes all of her worries away. Hitting a couple balls helps clear her mind. She enjoys nature and the sound of the ball when you hit a good shot brings her comfort #girlsunderpar
If i had to choose one thing that had the biggest impact on my entire course of life, it would definitly be the love of God. I heard it for 19 years "God loves you" "God loves you". But I remember being so broken, so lost, and worthless. (Yes, while i was born again for 4 years, and involved in ministry for 3). I ran around hoping that maybe doing ministry and staying busy would fill that emptiness, or make up for that brokenness. But nothing worked. Then, i remember just getting alone with God and just praising Him. And my goodness it hit me...God came with such a powerful presence, with such a thick love. I felt accepted, i felt like a somebody, i felt cared for, i felt loved...by God Himself. It really hit me! My goodness man!! Its the most amazing thing ever! Not just to hear it, but really know that the same God who created this universe loves me. Cares for me? And happens to be my father?! My Goodness!! And guess what i realized that i didnt have to do ministry, i didnt have to do anything to make Him love me any more. Zero works involved. It was a real, it was a pure unconditional love.
I promise I've only tasted a drop of the ocean, ive only licked the tip of the iceberg of who God really is, and it changed my life forever. I will never go back. I will never turn away from God. Not because im so faithful or loving. But because He is faithful, and He loves me!
So the last month and a half I've been all over the place. Shoutout to my job (and my brother-in-law and sister) for the opportunity to travel like I have been. Even though it's work-related, it's been quite an experience. Especially for the little moments like today. A pull off overlooking this view somewhere in Massachusetts. (AND GUYS, I SAW A MOOSE!!) I also met a couple travelers from Australia who were just as excited about said Moose. Anyway, it's been awesome. I get to travel and take photos, which is two of my loves colliding. Life is good 💃🏻
There are no words to describe the euphoria you feel when you see a band that has been a crucial part of your life since you can remember. I still can't process my emotions and it still feels like a dream. These four guys mean the absolute world to me in ways I can't explain to anyone and I'll remember last night for the rest of my life. Thank you Coldplay for an insanely spectacular show and the soundtrack of my life. 🌈❤