Final Stretch

I was severely sick most of November, so my posts fell to the light side.  I had a lower respiratory infection that teetered on the questionable side of pneumonia (according to the doctor anyway).  I slept through most of November and never seemed to be able to shake it.  I’m finally healthy with a lingering […]


And so it begins

Overview of First Week First day of school was reminiscent of my freshman year at St. Norbert College.  Three years ago on my eighteenth birthday, I moved to campus, nervous but excited to start my college journey.  On my twenty-first birthday, my last semester of college began.  The fireworks were better this year than any […]


I am published!

Recently, I was accepted in Z Publishing’s Wisconsin’s Emerging Writers: An Anthology of Fiction.  In 2017, I went to the Sigma Tau Delta convention and received an award for a short story I wrote called “Seeing Through Touch”.  The story centered around a little girl spending an evening with her blind great aunt.  This is one of […]


Time Flies

The summer rapidly comes to a close.  I finished up my last shift at Culver’s for the summer and have begun the grueling process of packing and planning the semester.  My family demands my time as I wrap up last minute internship things and important details for this last semester. But with any start of […]

Feeling Presidential

For next semester, I have taken on another presidential role as the President of Omicron Delta Kappa, the leadership honor society. I was not expecting it, but I am excited for the opportunity to help run and improve the society.  We do a lot, and I would love to allow for more chances to get […]