Posts Categorized: School

Getting To Know You: Bailey

A little over a year ago Kait, our friend Robert and I accompanied our choir director to a local private school to observe their choir rehearsal for our choral conducting class. In that rehearsal sat my now friend Bailey. Last August he started school at UT Tyler and joined the choir. I was “graduated” by… Read more »

My Sister Graduated!

FINALLY. My sister and I are college graduates! Holler! After a long semester of student teaching my sister walked the stage at A&M Commerce. We are so proud. Shelby Kay Taylor, in case you were wondering. There she goes! She’s the only redhead on stage. GRADUATED! Happy Graduation, Shel! Shelby is now substituting at a… Read more »

What Are You Doing Now?

Ever since graduating college for real this time, nearly everyone I see asks me, “So, what are you doing now?” Friends, family, church members, acquaintances… all of them are interested in my life. It’s flattering, really. Whether they’re asking to fill the dead air in an awkward conversation or genuinely interested, I am flattered. So,… Read more »

I Have Ten Kids

When I left UT Tyler in May I was confused, scared, and optimistic. When my divorce was final the month before my life stopped and I thought it was over. I tried moving on but I couldn’t let go. I committed to pray for God to restore my marriage, to restore me and show me… Read more »

Nobody Looks Good In A Graduation Cap

dress: c/o eShakti, heels: Target, earrings: H&M, ring: c/o InPink Finally! I’m blogging about this dress! eShakti sent this to me last fall and I never had a fancy enough occasion to wear it to. Looks like graduation was the ticket. 😉 The sizing of this dress is perfect. There’s a hidden zipper in the… Read more »

A Love Letter…

Dear University of Texas at Tyler, I met you in the fall of 2011 fresh out of community college with no real plan. You were beautiful. Leafless, cool, and covered with green grass and lakes. Your professors and students drew me in. I was afraid. Nervous, anxious, scared… were you right for me? You were… Read more »