Category Archive: Reflections

03272017

  leetle teedbit/lent confession: [I came across a very well written article that did wonders for me and this is my followup/reflection to it. This is something I’ve been struggling a lot with recently so of… Continue reading

02282017

Arrghhh can’t write coherently or elegantly when my brain is half mush and I’m dreaming about workpapers and tax returns but I’m going to try because I need to practice writing quick posts… Continue reading

02172017

Reflections on a train headed to Newark, DE – I am praying for a friend when I see an image of a toddler girl stumbling towards her Father, her arms flailing as she… Continue reading

B2

Teedbits because I’m a tad bit caffeinated and quite a bit drunk on the excitement and anticipation of the following days to come and I’ve been meaning to post for a while but I just… Continue reading

dt

vacay teedbits; [0] momma wraps her silk scarf around me (it has bits of orange on it so I am quite pleased) because it is windy up on the castle walls of Sintra… Continue reading

random, assorted teedbits overdue – of lessons learned: [location: heng fa food market | mood: still] I look at the 3:15pm milk tea on a middle shelf in the basement of Heng Fa and… Continue reading

ph

Sick day teedbits – disjointed and misconnected and slightly incoherent because I am as well: 1. In which a girl who cries alone tells another, “I just don’t want you to cry alone.”… Continue reading

Sum

It is April 18th. I have survived my first busy season (and six glorious months in Philly). God is ever so faithful. — I look at the number on my phone and contemplate… Continue reading

W.

teedbits long overdue – having a whole Sunday indoors means time to revert to an introvert and reflect like mad; thank you Jesus for the storm, thank you Father for your warmth amidst… Continue reading

Stellar

Urbana update 2 – unedited and incoherent because eyes actually swollen and stinging from lack of sleep; I’ve pretty much accepted the fact that I’ll be exhausted (and most probably sick) by the… Continue reading